9 MovieMaker Lesson Plans

How To Create A Digital Story with Movie Maker


It is best to work on your project on one computer. Working on it at home (and emailing the project back and forth) will cause problems (the pictures will not show up on the emailed project). Remember: all pictures and sound files need to be saved to the file you are working on. When your project is totally completed, it needs to be saved as a final movie. The timing, layout, and contents of the project are saved as one complete movie. Instructions for doing this can be found on the Windows Movie Maker program (Step 3: Finishing the Movie).

Langwitches Guide to Windows MovieMaker
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