How to Use Windows Live Movie Maker


Do you have a problem making you video more lively? Do you want to create and edit your files as Live Movie?   You can now use this kind of software:    The Windows Live Movie Maker


What is Windows Live Movie Maker?


Windows Live Movie Maker is essentially a simple, easy-to-use  video editing software program  that can helps you put together the photos, videos, music and special effects to create an eye-catching presentation in a few easy steps And this program is available as a free download and is intended to replace windows Movie Maker

You can Import and Edit the slide shows and video you want to use, select the background music and add some titles and end credit if you want. You can also put soundtrack, add a theme and share your movie online.

The program displays extra buttons on the title bar that gives you access to configuration settings for video, music and text respectively. As regards effects, you also have plenty to choose from: transition effects, animations, zoom and pan, and also visual effects that will spice up your images.

When your video is finished, you can save it in different formats and sizes, depending on where you plan to use it on: computer, high-definition TV screen, mobile device, instant messaging client, etc. Windows Live Movie Maker also includes the option to upload it directly to YouTube, Facebook, SkyDrive and Flickr. The only drawback is that Windows Live Movie Maker saves videos to one single format: WMV.

With Windows Live Movie Maker you’ll be able to create nice compositions with your favourite photos and videos, and share them with anyone.Want to learn how to use Windows Live Movie Maker?
Here’s a tutorial for you.

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