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Figure 15-20 Windows Movie Maker
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15: Using Vista Multimedia Applications
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On the left is the Task pane Here you work on importing, editing, and publishing tasks The center pane shows all the media that you ve imported into your movie; this pane changes when different tasks are selected The storyboard is at the bottom You can drag and drop media from the imported documents into the storyboard and manipulate the order The right pane shows any individual element you can select from the storyboard
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Importing Media into Windows Movie Maker
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If you re going to create a movie, you need some content This includes movies from a camcorder, other videos, pictures, and sound You can import these documents using the Import tasks from the Tasks pane Tasks include
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From Digital Video Camera You can hook up your digital video camera (or camcorder) to your Windows Vista PC, set the digital video camera to playback mode, and select this option Videos The following video formats are supported: asf, avi, dvr-ms, m1v, mp2, mp2v, mpe, mpeg, mpt, mpv2, wm, and wmv Pictures The following picture formats are supported: bmp, dib, emf, gif, jfif, jpeg, jpg, png, tif, tiff, and wmf Audio Or Music The following audio formats are supported: aif, aifc, aiff, asf, au, mp2, mp3, mpa, snd, wav, and wma
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To import videos, pictures, and audio or music, you click the one you want in the Import task and an import media items dialog box appears You can browse to the files you want and click Import; the items will be in your project If you want to view the items you ve added, you can always select Imported Media in the Edit tasks You add the media items to your movie by dragging and dropping them onto your storyboard at the bottom of the Windows Movie Maker screen You can easily move items around in your storyboard by dragging and dropping them
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Once you ve imported the files and added them to your storyboard, you can then edit them by adding effects, transitions, titles, and credits Effects are applied to the pictures or video to change the way they appear For example, you can use pan effects (such as pan right or zoom) to give still pictures the effect of movement; or use Sepia Tone or Film Age effects to give your movie a historical or antique appearance Transitions are used to control how one video clip or picture closes and how the next one appears There are many different types of built-in transitions that you can choose from Titles and credits can be used to add a beginning title screen, a closing credit screen, and titles before or on individual clips
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Adding Audio to a Movie
You can add audio to your movie, but you have to change the view from the storyboard to the timeline view Click View and select Timeline (or you can press the CTRL-T keys to toggle between the views) While in the Timeline view, you can drag and drop audio onto the Audio/Music area of the timeline You ll have an opportunity to do this in Exercise 153, where you ll create a movie from scratch, edit it, and publish it Once audio is added to the timeline, you can do a lot to manipulate it You can easily resize the audio just as if it were a picture that you were cropping Figure 15-21 shows the movie with pictures, titles, video, and audio added The audio has been cropped so that it ends when the graphics end
Figure 15-21
Creating a movie in Windows Movie Maker
Publishing a Movie
Last, you re able to publish your completed movies to several different targets These include
This Computer This option gives you the most flexibility You can choose where to publish it (which drive and folder) and the output format The output formats include several different formats, such as Windows Media Portable Device, DVD Quality, DVD Widescreen quality, HD 720p, HD for XBox 360, HD 1080p, Low Bandwidth, and VHS quality You could publish the same movie in Low Bandwidth to make it available on your Web site or in HD 1080p to show on your 50-inch HD TV
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