How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project

How to use Movie Maker – Part 1 – How to create new project

Windows Movie Maker is user friendly and fast video editing software by Microsoft. It is a part of Windows Essentials software suite and offers the ability to create and edit videos as well as to publish them on OneDrive, Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube, and Flickr.

If you don’t have Windows Movie Maker installed in your computer, you can download it here and install. WMM is freeware program.

 

Part 1 – How to create new project

  1. Open Windows Movie MakerHow to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project
  2. You will see program window splited to 3 main sections – 1) Movie preview  2) Timeline  3) ToolbarHow to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project
  3. You have now opened new, empty project. We recommend to save your project periodically. You can save your project by clicking File > Save project as > Choose the location and filenameHow to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project
  4. New project is saved, now you can save your project periodically during your work when you click on disc icon at upper left corner How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project
  5. If you want to close actual project and create a new one, choose File > New projectHow to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project  How to use Movie Maker - Part 1 - How to create new project

 

 

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