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Typically, you ll want to play the clip in the Preview pane before you trim it. When you get to the place where you want to make the cut, pause the player. Use the Previous Frame and Next Frame controls on the Preview pane if necessary to get to the exact frame. The blue bar that runs through the clip marks the place where you paused the player, and you can get a precise trim by dragging the edge of the clip until it aligns with this bar. If you change your mind, or if you trim too much, all you need to do is drag the clip edge back in the other direction again.
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Movies don t always need to move. Sometimes a moment of frozen action is just what s needed. Still images enable you to create interesting narrated slide shows. They can be handy as stationary backgrounds for overlaid titles. (For more about laying titles over clips, see Creating Titles and Credits, page 832.) And you can use solid color images (created in Microsoft Paint, perhaps) as static points from which to fade into moving images. Windows Movie Maker makes it easy to fade into a clip from white or black (see Using Video Effects, page 828), but it doesn t provide a built-in fade-from-purple effect (for example). If that s what you want, you can make a solid purple image in Paint, import it into Windows Movie Maker as a still image clip, add it to your project, then follow it with a fade transition into your next clip. Tip Check out Plus! Photo Story Plus! Photo Story, one of several programs included with Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition, is expressly designed to create interesting movies from still pictures, complete with narration, background music, and zooming and panning effects. If you need to build a presentation exclusively from stills, you might find Photo Story more versatile and easier to use than Windows Movie Maker. You can also use Photo Story to create a still-based sequence, then import the resulting .wmv file as a Windows Movie Maker clip to be used in your movies. You can read more about Plus! Photo Story and download a trial copy at the Microsoft Plus! site, at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/plus/dme/photo.asp. Still image clips have a default duration of five seconds. You can increase or decrease this duration for a particular clip by dragging its trim handle on the timeline. To change the default duration, choose Tools, Options, click the Advanced tab, and enter a new value in the Picture Duration box. Note that changing the default does not affect pictures you ve already added to your project.
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Using Video Transitions
If you re tired of using simple cuts between the clips of your movies (that is, abrupt changes from one scene to the next), you can choose from dozens of stylish transitions in Windows Movie Maker s built-in Video Transitions collection. (Most of these are new in version 2, so if you re a veteran of the original Windows Movie Maker, be sure to check them out.) For a sampling of what a transition will look like in your movie, select the transition in the Video Transitions collection and click the Play button in the Preview pane. Tip Set your own default images Any JPEG images can serve as the pictures that Windows Movie Maker uses to preview transitions. To change from the default images to pictures of your own choosing, navigate to %ProgramFiles%\Movie Maker\Shared. Rename the files Sample1.jpg and Sample2.jpg. Then copy the new images you want to use into this folder and name them Sample1.jpg and Sample2.jpg. The Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/plus/dme/ dmehome.asp) includes 25 additional video transitions. If the standard library doesn t meet your needs, perhaps these will. Even more transitions are available through third parties (see, for example, Pix lan Software s offerings at http://www.pixelan.com/mm/intro.htm). The easiest way to add a transition to your project is to drag it to the storyboard. Drop the transition in the small rectangle before the clip that you want to transition to. Alternatively, select that clip, select the transition in the Collections pane, and then press Ctrl+D. Transitions have a default duration of 1.25 seconds. To increase or decrease the time devoted to a particular transition, display the timeline and adjust the time scale (using Page Down and Page Up, or the Zoom Timeline In and Zoom Timeline Out buttons) so that the transition becomes visible as a rectangle on the Transition track. Then click the transition and drag the trim handle to the left or right. To change the default transition time, choose Tools, Options, click the Advanced tab, then adjust the value in the Transition Duration box. Note that changing the default does not affect transitions that you have already added to your project. To add a Fade transition in which one video clip simply overlaps another so that the first footage gradually disappears from view while the second emerges you can work in the manner just described (that is, drag the Fade object from the Video Transitions collection to the storyboard). But as an alternative, click the second clip on the timeline and then drag that clip to the left so that it partially overlaps the preceding clip. As you do this, a bright blue bar tapers to a point at the timeline position where the fade will begin:
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