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You don t have to import an entire tape using this option . If you know that the one-hour tape you re using has only 15 minutes of recorded video at the beginning, choose the Import The Entire Videotape To My Computer option and then click Stop after 15 minutes have elapsed . The Import Video wizard warns you that it will only save what s been transferred so far . If you give your approval, the partial tape is saved in the format you chose .
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If you choose Only Import Parts of the Videotape To My Computer and click Next, the wizard takes you to a follow-up screen like the one shown in Figure 18-7.
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Figure 18-7 The camera controls at the top of this dialog box allow you to cue the tape up to the exact frame where you want the transfer to begin.
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Use the camera controls at the top of the dialog box to cue the tape to the precise frame where you want the import to start. While the tape is stopped, click the Rewind and Fast Forward buttons (just to the right of the Stop button) to move quickly through the tape; when the tape is playing, click and hold these buttons to scan through the tape. Use the Previous Frame and Next Frame buttons to advance one frame at a time, stopping when you reach the first frame you want to see in your imported file. If you know the approximate length of the section you want to import, select Stop Importing After (min) and adjust the number of minutes to a number slightly longer than the clip itself. If you eschew this option, the recording will continue until the end of the tape or until you click Stop Video Import. When you import video files, Movie Maker saves them in the folder you specified, using the name you entered at the beginning of the wizard and appending the date and time that you imported the recording. It also adds clips for each file imported during the current session to the Imported Media folder. If you re planning to immediately edit the clips into a movie and then discard the original files, you can leave the default names intact. If you want to add one or more clips to a collection that you anticipate reusing, however, we recommend that you rename the clip to something more descriptive; select the item in the Contents pane and press F2, or right-click and choose Rename, or rightclick and choose Properties, which displays a box where you can edit the file name and a read-only list of technical details like those shown in Figure 18-8.
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Figure 18-8 Most of the information in the Properties dialog box for a ideo clip is read-only; the name is a noteworthy exception.
Renaming clips you plan to keep has an additional benefit as well: Assuming you save the underlying files to one of the default folders (Videos or Public Videos), those names will be picked up and indexed in Photo Gallery and in the Windows Search index. Although you can add tags to your WMV files at any time, a good descriptive name requires no additional effort to be searchable. Now that you have a folder full of imported clips, you can begin tinkering with them: To preview a clip, select it in the Contents pane and use the controls under the preview monitor to its right, as shown in Figure 18-9. The large Play/Pause button starts and stops playback. Drag the blue indicator on the Seek bar in either direction to move to a particular portion of the clip. Click and hold the Previous Frame and Next Frame buttons to rewind or fast-forward through the clip; click these buttons to move one frame at a time until you reach the right point.
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