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Figure 18-13 The DVD option shown here is only aailable with Windows Vista Home Premium and Ultimate editions.
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Before you begin the sometimes long and tedious task of turning your project into a movie, you might want to confirm that your aspect ratio and video format settings are appropriate . (Choose Tools, Options and click the Advanced tab to see or change your settings .) Windows Movie Maker normally detects the format and aspect ratio of your video footage and sets these parameters accordingly . For the majority of users in the United States, the settings are 4:3 (aspect ratio) and NTSC (video format) . NTSC, which stands for National Television System Committee, is the standard required for broadcast in the United States and hence the standard supported by video devices configured for use in this country . Windows Movie Maker also supports the PAL, or Phase Alternating Line, standard used in some other parts of the world . If you re planning to render your movie back to a digital-video device configured for PAL, you should make sure the video format is set to PAL . Many recent-vintage camcorders can record in 16:9 widescreen mode as well as the more common 4:3 mode . If your footage was captured at 16:9 and you intend to watch it at that ratio, be sure the aspect ratio setting is 16:9 before you render . You can render 4:3 footage at 16:9 as well, but if you re considering this, be sure to run it through the Preview pane before you render it . Typically, you ll get distortions that you won t be happy with .
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Your first option is to save the movie as a file on your computer (or on a shared network drive). After you specify a file name and location and click Next, you ll be prompted to make a quality decision. If you don t go with the default choice, Best Quality For Playback On My Computer (Recommended), you can click More Settings and open the drop-down list to see the range of options shown in Figure 18-14.
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Figure 18-14 Most of the time, the first option is the best. But if you want more control oer the size and quality of playback, scroll through these options and watch the bottom of the screen.
If you re having trouble evaluating the size/quality tradeoff, scroll through the list and take a look at the information in the Movie Settings and File Size boxes below. The Compress To option is useful if you want to limit your file size and none of the readymade approaches will work.
Publishing to a Recordable CD
Previous editions of Windows Movie Maker supported a video CD format called HighMAT. In Windows Vista, this technology is no longer supported. If you choose the option to publish a movie to recordable CD, your file is saved as a Windows Media Video file at a bit rate that will allow the file to fit on a single CD. You must insert a recordable CD in your CD or DVD drive to proceed with this option. When the wizard finishes publishing the movie, it ejects your disc (in case you want to make another CD copy). To publish another movie to the same disc, close the drive, tee up the next project, and return to the wizard. In the lower right corner of the dialog box, under the File Size heading, you ll find an estimate of the file size you re about to create and a report of the available space on your CD.
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You can save any Movie Maker project as a movie and share it with friends and family as an e-mail attachment. Because many mail systems impose size limits on message attachments, Windows Movie Maker, by default, will not let you create a movie larger than 10 MB. You can increase that threshold in 1 MB increments to as much as 25 MB; to do this, choose Tools, Options, click the Advanced tab, and adjust the Maximum File Size For Sending A Movie As An Attachment In An E-Mail Message option. When you choose this option and click Next, Windows Movie Maker immediately begins publishing your project without asking for any quality decisions on your part. When it finishes, it opens your default e-mail program, creates a new message, and attaches the newly created movie file. Add an address and a short message, click Send, and you re done.
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