How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations

How to use Movie Maker – Part 4 – How to add transitions or animations

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 4 – How to add transitions or animations

  1. select the scene where you want to create transition – transition will be created at the beginning of the scene you selectedHow to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations
  2. Go to Animations Tab How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations  How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations
  3. Now you can choose which type of transition or animation you want to use. When you move your mouse over each transition or animation, you will see live preview, how selected transition or animation will looks like.How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations  How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations  How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations
  4. When you select one of the transition or animation, you will have transition or animation mark on modified sceneHow to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations  How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations  How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations  How to use Movie Maker - Part 4 - How to add transitions or animations

 

 

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