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Video Editing and Publishing
Windows Movie Maker is a free video editing and publishing software program from Microsoft. This free online course shows you how to use Windows Movie Maker to quickly and easily edit videos, add background audio or a voiceover, add transitions or effects to videos, and publish videos in a variety of formats.
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Upon completion of this course you will understand how to use Windows Movie Maker. You will be more aware of troubleshooting and workspace when using Windows Movie Player. This course will help you to effectively organise video footage, import media and save a project. You will gain a good knowledge of using the timeline to add, move, delete and edit media, and preview a video. You will learn how to use the zoom, trimming and splitting settings to make the perfect video. You will be more aware of how you can use transitions, effects, sounds, audio, narration and titles to make your video look effective and professional. You will know how to publish your movie to YouTube and to a DVD. You will clearly understand the importance of aspect ratio problems that can occur when creating your video.
|Windows Movie Maker for Video Editing|
|Course Rating (By Learners):||4 stars based on 46 reviews|
|Course Title:||Video Editing and Publishing|
|Course Publisher:||Russell Stannard|
|Content Origin:||Russell Stannard's teaching and research experience - and the feedback of his many thousands of students.|
|Course Description:|| Windows Movie Maker is a free video editing and publishing software program from Microsoft. This free online course shows you how to use Windows Movie Maker to quickly and easily edit videos, add background audio or a voiceover, add transitions or effects to videos, and publish videos in a variety of formats.
|Release Date:||12 December 2011|
|Course Duration (Avg Learner):||1-2 Hours|
|Age appropriateness:||16+ Years|
|Minimum Grade/Class Level:||Post-Secondary|