Windows Live Movie Maker is a free, easy-to-use, and highly versatile tool for editing and manipulating video productions. The software can be found on almost every computer in our school, and can be used here in the library at any time. Please watch the below video for an overview of how it can be used, or see your librarian Mr. Eisenberg if you need any assistance.
How to Use Windows Live Movie Maker
The Live Movie Maker work area resembles the standard Microsoft Office layout. There is a ribbon across the top with a series of tabs. When the tabs are clicked, as with Office, the ribbon will change.
You have two ways to bring into Live Movie Maker files that are already on your computer: You can click the "Click here to browser for videos and photos" link in the right side of the work area. You can also click Add Videos and Photos on the ribbon. Both options are circled in the illustration below.
Most importantly, remember that there is always a difference between saving a Windows Movie Maker "Project File" and "Saving a Movie"
If you only save the project and not the movie, you will not have your assignment to hand in.