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By default, Windows Movie Maker treats the two sound tracks even-handedly. You can adjust the balance, though, so that the background music or narration gets less or more importance than the sound component of your video clips. To alter the balance, choose Tools, Audio Levels or click the Audio Levels tool, at the left edge of the timeline or storyboard toolbar. The Audio Levels dialog box that appears is modeless, which means you can leave it open on screen, begin a playback, and then move the slider to the left or right until you get the balance you re looking for. Note that the Audio Levels setting is global per project. You can t adjust it separately for different parts of a project, but projects can maintain different balance settings.
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No movie is complete without titles and credits. Windows Movie Maker includes a rudimentary editor for creating such necessities, complete with a selection of text layout and animation styles. You can use it to create opening titles, closing credits, titles that appear between scenes of your movie, or titles superimposed on still images or video within the movie. In all but the last case, titles join your project on the timeline s Video track, where you can modify their duration by dragging the trim handles. Superimposed titles appear on the Title Overlay track; you can move them to achieve the desired alignment with your video. To open the title editor, choose Tools, Titles And Credits. The title editor will then ask you to specify where you want your title to appear. After clicking one of the placement options, you ll see the two-box edit screen shown on the next page.
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(If you ve chosen to place your title at the end of the current project, the editor assumes you want to list credits and gives you spaces to enter names and parts.) After you ve written your title text, you can click the other two links on this page to customize the font and color, and to choose one of the available animation styles. Watch the Preview monitor to see your choices in action.
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Using AutoMovie to Generate Movies Automatically
The AutoMovie button (also available as the top choice on the Tools menu) concocts a project automatically from the contents of the current Collections folder. AutoMovie might seem more like a gimmick than a useful feature. But if you have a set of clips that tell a coherent story, it s worth letting AutoMovie have a run at your stuff, just to see what it will come up with. Granted, you re not likely to publish the result without modification. But perhaps you ll find it a useful starting point that you can edit into something satisfactory. At the very least it will give you ideas.
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To use AutoMovie, start by creating a Collections folder with all the video clips that you want your movie to include. (Don t worry about sound at this point.) Then click the AutoMovie button (or choose Tools, AutoMovie). The following screen appears:
Choose one of the six available movie styles. Click the links at the bottom of the window to specify title text and an audio file for background music (AutoMovie will incorporate the music into your Audio/Music track without creating a clip from it something you can t do on your own!), and then click Create AutoMovie. Windows Movie Maker will take a few minutes to analyze your audio and video, and then present its work on the timeline and storyboard.
Saving and Sharing Movies
With your project fully assembled on the timeline and storyboard, it s time to let Windows Movie Maker make a movie. If the Tasks pane is visible, click one of the links beneath the Publish To heading. Or click the Publish Movie button to open the Publish Movie wizard, shown in Figure 18-13. The wizard s first screen offers the same options available in the Tasks pane.
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