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Today we’re happy to announce new versions of Movie Maker and Photo Gallery for Windows 7 and Windows 8. We’ve added a few new capabilities while also taking advantage of some advances in Windows 8. Movie Maker and Photo Gallery are two essential Windows applications hundreds of millions of people have come to rely on for making the most of your photos and videos. And with this release, we’ve given you a few more reasons to enjoy them even more.

Windows Movie Maker is a great way to turn your ordinary photos and videos into a captivating story. Whether you’re making a short clip to quickly share or taking your time to make the most of that big event, Movie Maker showcases your skills as a budding film-maker. With major advancements in hardware accelerated graphics in Windows 8, Movie Maker has evolved to include these state of the art enhancements.

Video Stabilization: Sometimes the video we take is just little too shaky; especially as we take more and more videos using our phones and smaller video cameras. Movie Maker has taken advantage of new technology in Windows 8 to smooth out your wobbly videos. Just select the shaky video and choose from a variety Video stabilization options and Movie Maker will smooth it out.

Check out this wobbly video taken by a mountain biker with a helmet mounted camera. Movie Maker turns what is nearly impossible to watch into something that appears to be nearly professional quality. Video stabilization, courtesy of Windows 8, puts your shaky videos back on solid ground.

Music: The one thing that can really make a difference in a movie is the soundtrack. But it can be hard to find not only the right piece of music but a version with the appropriate rights. And even if you choose a song from your own collection, it runs the risk of being stripped out once it’s published to YouTube for not having the appropriate rights. So we decided to work with AudioMicro , Free Music Archive and the Vimeo Music Store to make it easy to find music that is not only fitting for video, but also has the proper rights. Now when you go to add music to your movie in Movie Maker, you have the option of getting music from your PC or from three varied music services.

So, you have the music but what about a way to control how well it plays with your videos. We’ve added waveform visualizations to both the music track and your videos so you can quickly see where you need to cut or trim your video to match your music.

After effects is an important step to create a professional video. Follow the detail guide in the video below for more information.

Adobe After Effects is a great tool to replace Windows Movie Maker for video post-production which enables you to add professional looking special effects and retouches. If you use Adobe Premiere to edit your videos, then After Effects is the perfect complement to add special effects to your videos. Note that Adobe has now upgraded After Effects to the Creative Cloud (CC) suite which is based on a subscription model rather than a one-off license purchase.

Whether you’re working in broadcast and film or delivering work online and to mobile devices, Adobe After Effects is one of the most professional consumer suites out there for helping you finish the job. Since Adobe After Effects is part of the Adobe CC suite, it integrates with the rest of Adobe’s products seamlessly meaning you can add unique touches to your effects in Illustrator or Photoshop for example.

In fact, Adobe After Effects features many tools that are similar to Adobe’s industry standard image editor Photoshop, but adapted for video. For example, the RotoBrush works in a similar way to Photoshop’s Magic Wand, enabling you to select silhouettes and place characters against any background without requiring a chroma screen. Adobe After Effects also includes more video-specific tools, such as Auto-Keyframe , which creates key frames automatically where you apply a video effect, and the Mesh warp effect in 3D, thanks to which you’ll be able to warp and distort your video as it if was a plain image.

What makes Adobe After Effects even better is the availability of third-party plug-ins Mocha , for example, is an advanced tracking system that helps you in the creation and adjustment of scenes. Another excellent Adobe After Effects plug-in is Color Finesse , with which you can work with color in your video like you’ve never done before.

With the upgrade to Creative Cloud, After Effects has also been improved with a number of other new features. These include the Live 3D Pipeline that brings CINEMA 4D scenes in as layers and the ability to share work directly with others from within the application. Creative Cloud is integrated with Behance, so you can share your projects and get immediate feedback from creative minds from around the world. With Creative Cloud, you also get instant access to new features the moment they’re released. Most recently, Adobe have also added Live Text templates, Masking and Tracking, Master Clip effect and a faster editing workflow.

There are several different options when it comes to using Windows Media Maker, as it is a program that has many different functions. Its main function is as a video creating and editing program. However, Windows Media Maker can do much more than that. It can also be used to create slideshows or edit audio, among other things.

Before you learn how to use Windows Media Maker program or use it, it’s important that you have the right equipment for the project you are doing. For example if you are making your own movie you will probably need a mini-DV digital camera as well as a computer that supports digital video connections. If you will be creating simple slideshows then all of that is probably not necessary, but it is still recommended that you have a DVD burner or at the very least a memory card. No matter what you’re making you will most likely want to save your work.

Naturally, learning how to use Windows Media Maker is irrelevant if your computer can’t support the program. Luckily for you, most computers with a Windows operating system should run the program. This program was first available with Windows ME and is still supported by Windows latest operating system, Windows 7. However, it does not come packaged with Windows 7 as it had in the past, but it is available as a free download from Windows Live. Other system requirements may vary depending on the operating system you’re using, but generally a 600MHz processor and about 2 GB of free hard disk space is needed as well.

One of the most tried and true ways to learn how to use a program is just by playing around with it and learn by doing. This can be done a number of ways with a program as versatile as Windows Media Maker, it just depends on what you’ll be using the program for. If you will be using the program for audio editing, add a few of your favorite songs to the collection. Once they are there you can practice cutting and piecing them together, creating a whole new song.

If you are more interested in making picture slideshows then upload some pictures of whatever you would like – friends, family, pets, anything! Then you can practice arranging them in the desired order, speeding up or slowing down the speed that they change and even adding a wide variety of visual effects. If actual movie editing is more your thing then shoot a couple short clips with your digital camera, upload them to the program and play around. You can cut clips, add opening and/or closing credits, include audio and even add several visual effects.

Once you have mastered your skills and created a project that you are happy with make sure you convert the file into a movie. To do this choose ‘File’, and then ‘Save Movie’ on the Menu bar. Once you have done this it can be played using Windows Media Player as well as several other means. It can also be shared on YouTube, Facebook or even burnt onto a DVD if you have a DVD burner.

Today we’re happy to announce new versions of Movie Maker and Photo Gallery for Windows 7 and Windows 8. We’ve added a few new capabilities while also taking advantage of some advances in Windows 8. Movie Maker and Photo Gallery are two essential Windows applications hundreds of millions of people have come to rely on for making the most of your photos and videos. And with this release, we’ve given you a few more reasons to enjoy them even more.

Windows Movie Maker is a great way to turn your ordinary photos and videos into a captivating story. Whether you’re making a short clip to quickly share or taking your time to make the most of that big event, Movie Maker showcases your skills as a budding film-maker. With major advancements in hardware accelerated graphics in Windows 8, Movie Maker has evolved to include these state of the art enhancements.

Video Stabilization: Sometimes the video we take is just little too shaky; especially as we take more and more videos using our phones and smaller video cameras. Movie Maker has taken advantage of new technology in Windows 8 to smooth out your wobbly videos. Just select the shaky video and choose from a variety Video stabilization options and Movie Maker will smooth it out.

Check out this wobbly video taken by a mountain biker with a helmet mounted camera. Movie Maker turns what is nearly impossible to watch into something that appears to be nearly professional quality. Video stabilization, courtesy of Windows 8, puts your shaky videos back on solid ground.

Music: The one thing that can really make a difference in a movie is the soundtrack. But it can be hard to find not only the right piece of music but a version with the appropriate rights. And even if you choose a song from your own collection, it runs the risk of being stripped out once it’s published to YouTube for not having the appropriate rights. So we decided to work with AudioMicro , Free Music Archive and the Vimeo Music Store to make it easy to find music that is not only fitting for video, but also has the proper rights. Now when you go to add music to your movie in Movie Maker, you have the option of getting music from your PC or from three varied music services.

So, you have the music but what about a way to control how well it plays with your videos. We’ve added waveform visualizations to both the music track and your videos so you can quickly see where you need to cut or trim your video to match your music.

After effects is an important step to create a professional video. Follow the detail guide in the video below for more information.

Adobe After Effects is a great tool to replace Windows Movie Maker for video post-production which enables you to add professional looking special effects and retouches. If you use Adobe Premiere to edit your videos, then After Effects is the perfect complement to add special effects to your videos. Note that Adobe has now upgraded After Effects to the Creative Cloud (CC) suite which is based on a subscription model rather than a one-off license purchase.

Whether you’re working in broadcast and film or delivering work online and to mobile devices, Adobe After Effects is one of the most professional consumer suites out there for helping you finish the job. Since Adobe After Effects is part of the Adobe CC suite, it integrates with the rest of Adobe’s products seamlessly meaning you can add unique touches to your effects in Illustrator or Photoshop for example.

In fact, Adobe After Effects features many tools that are similar to Adobe’s industry standard image editor Photoshop, but adapted for video. For example, the RotoBrush works in a similar way to Photoshop’s Magic Wand, enabling you to select silhouettes and place characters against any background without requiring a chroma screen. Adobe After Effects also includes more video-specific tools, such as Auto-Keyframe , which creates key frames automatically where you apply a video effect, and the Mesh warp effect in 3D, thanks to which you’ll be able to warp and distort your video as it if was a plain image.

What makes Adobe After Effects even better is the availability of third-party plug-ins Mocha , for example, is an advanced tracking system that helps you in the creation and adjustment of scenes. Another excellent Adobe After Effects plug-in is Color Finesse , with which you can work with color in your video like you’ve never done before.

With the upgrade to Creative Cloud, After Effects has also been improved with a number of other new features. These include the Live 3D Pipeline that brings CINEMA 4D scenes in as layers and the ability to share work directly with others from within the application. Creative Cloud is integrated with Behance, so you can share your projects and get immediate feedback from creative minds from around the world. With Creative Cloud, you also get instant access to new features the moment they’re released. Most recently, Adobe have also added Live Text templates, Masking and Tracking, Master Clip effect and a faster editing workflow.

Today we’re happy to announce new versions of Movie Maker and Photo Gallery for Windows 7 and Windows 8. We’ve added a few new capabilities while also taking advantage of some advances in Windows 8. Movie Maker and Photo Gallery are two essential Windows applications hundreds of millions of people have come to rely on for making the most of your photos and videos. And with this release, we’ve given you a few more reasons to enjoy them even more.

Windows Movie Maker is a great way to turn your ordinary photos and videos into a captivating story. Whether you’re making a short clip to quickly share or taking your time to make the most of that big event, Movie Maker showcases your skills as a budding film-maker. With major advancements in hardware accelerated graphics in Windows 8, Movie Maker has evolved to include these state of the art enhancements.

Video Stabilization: Sometimes the video we take is just little too shaky; especially as we take more and more videos using our phones and smaller video cameras. Movie Maker has taken advantage of new technology in Windows 8 to smooth out your wobbly videos. Just select the shaky video and choose from a variety Video stabilization options and Movie Maker will smooth it out.

Check out this wobbly video taken by a mountain biker with a helmet mounted camera. Movie Maker turns what is nearly impossible to watch into something that appears to be nearly professional quality. Video stabilization, courtesy of Windows 8, puts your shaky videos back on solid ground.

Music: The one thing that can really make a difference in a movie is the soundtrack. But it can be hard to find not only the right piece of music but a version with the appropriate rights. And even if you choose a song from your own collection, it runs the risk of being stripped out once it’s published to YouTube for not having the appropriate rights. So we decided to work with AudioMicro , Free Music Archive and the Vimeo Music Store to make it easy to find music that is not only fitting for video, but also has the proper rights. Now when you go to add music to your movie in Movie Maker, you have the option of getting music from your PC or from three varied music services.

So, you have the music but what about a way to control how well it plays with your videos. We’ve added waveform visualizations to both the music track and your videos so you can quickly see where you need to cut or trim your video to match your music.

Today we’re happy to announce new versions of Movie Maker and Photo Gallery for Windows 7 and Windows 8. We’ve added a few new capabilities while also taking advantage of some advances in Windows 8. Movie Maker and Photo Gallery are two essential Windows applications hundreds of millions of people have come to rely on for making the most of your photos and videos. And with this release, we’ve given you a few more reasons to enjoy them even more.

Windows Movie Maker is a great way to turn your ordinary photos and videos into a captivating story. Whether you’re making a short clip to quickly share or taking your time to make the most of that big event, Movie Maker showcases your skills as a budding film-maker. With major advancements in hardware accelerated graphics in Windows 8, Movie Maker has evolved to include these state of the art enhancements.

Video Stabilization: Sometimes the video we take is just little too shaky; especially as we take more and more videos using our phones and smaller video cameras. Movie Maker has taken advantage of new technology in Windows 8 to smooth out your wobbly videos. Just select the shaky video and choose from a variety Video stabilization options and Movie Maker will smooth it out.

Check out this wobbly video taken by a mountain biker with a helmet mounted camera. Movie Maker turns what is nearly impossible to watch into something that appears to be nearly professional quality. Video stabilization, courtesy of Windows 8, puts your shaky videos back on solid ground.

Music: The one thing that can really make a difference in a movie is the soundtrack. But it can be hard to find not only the right piece of music but a version with the appropriate rights. And even if you choose a song from your own collection, it runs the risk of being stripped out once it’s published to YouTube for not having the appropriate rights. So we decided to work with AudioMicro , Free Music Archive and the Vimeo Music Store to make it easy to find music that is not only fitting for video, but also has the proper rights. Now when you go to add music to your movie in Movie Maker, you have the option of getting music from your PC or from three varied music services.

So, you have the music but what about a way to control how well it plays with your videos. We’ve added waveform visualizations to both the music track and your videos so you can quickly see where you need to cut or trim your video to match your music.

After effects is an important step to create a professional video. Follow the detail guide in the video below for more information.

Adobe After Effects is a great tool to replace Windows Movie Maker for video post-production which enables you to add professional looking special effects and retouches. If you use Adobe Premiere to edit your videos, then After Effects is the perfect complement to add special effects to your videos. Note that Adobe has now upgraded After Effects to the Creative Cloud (CC) suite which is based on a subscription model rather than a one-off license purchase.

Whether you’re working in broadcast and film or delivering work online and to mobile devices, Adobe After Effects is one of the most professional consumer suites out there for helping you finish the job. Since Adobe After Effects is part of the Adobe CC suite, it integrates with the rest of Adobe’s products seamlessly meaning you can add unique touches to your effects in Illustrator or Photoshop for example.

In fact, Adobe After Effects features many tools that are similar to Adobe’s industry standard image editor Photoshop, but adapted for video. For example, the RotoBrush works in a similar way to Photoshop’s Magic Wand, enabling you to select silhouettes and place characters against any background without requiring a chroma screen. Adobe After Effects also includes more video-specific tools, such as Auto-Keyframe , which creates key frames automatically where you apply a video effect, and the Mesh warp effect in 3D, thanks to which you’ll be able to warp and distort your video as it if was a plain image.

What makes Adobe After Effects even better is the availability of third-party plug-ins Mocha , for example, is an advanced tracking system that helps you in the creation and adjustment of scenes. Another excellent Adobe After Effects plug-in is Color Finesse , with which you can work with color in your video like you’ve never done before.

With the upgrade to Creative Cloud, After Effects has also been improved with a number of other new features. These include the Live 3D Pipeline that brings CINEMA 4D scenes in as layers and the ability to share work directly with others from within the application. Creative Cloud is integrated with Behance, so you can share your projects and get immediate feedback from creative minds from around the world. With Creative Cloud, you also get instant access to new features the moment they’re released. Most recently, Adobe have also added Live Text templates, Masking and Tracking, Master Clip effect and a faster editing workflow.

There are several different options when it comes to using Windows Media Maker, as it is a program that has many different functions. Its main function is as a video creating and editing program. However, Windows Media Maker can do much more than that. It can also be used to create slideshows or edit audio, among other things.

Before you learn how to use Windows Media Maker program or use it, it’s important that you have the right equipment for the project you are doing. For example if you are making your own movie you will probably need a mini-DV digital camera as well as a computer that supports digital video connections. If you will be creating simple slideshows then all of that is probably not necessary, but it is still recommended that you have a DVD burner or at the very least a memory card. No matter what you’re making you will most likely want to save your work.

Naturally, learning how to use Windows Media Maker is irrelevant if your computer can’t support the program. Luckily for you, most computers with a Windows operating system should run the program. This program was first available with Windows ME and is still supported by Windows latest operating system, Windows 7. However, it does not come packaged with Windows 7 as it had in the past, but it is available as a free download from Windows Live. Other system requirements may vary depending on the operating system you’re using, but generally a 600MHz processor and about 2 GB of free hard disk space is needed as well.

One of the most tried and true ways to learn how to use a program is just by playing around with it and learn by doing. This can be done a number of ways with a program as versatile as Windows Media Maker, it just depends on what you’ll be using the program for. If you will be using the program for audio editing, add a few of your favorite songs to the collection. Once they are there you can practice cutting and piecing them together, creating a whole new song.

If you are more interested in making picture slideshows then upload some pictures of whatever you would like – friends, family, pets, anything! Then you can practice arranging them in the desired order, speeding up or slowing down the speed that they change and even adding a wide variety of visual effects. If actual movie editing is more your thing then shoot a couple short clips with your digital camera, upload them to the program and play around. You can cut clips, add opening and/or closing credits, include audio and even add several visual effects.

Once you have mastered your skills and created a project that you are happy with make sure you convert the file into a movie. To do this choose ‘File’, and then ‘Save Movie’ on the Menu bar. Once you have done this it can be played using Windows Media Player as well as several other means. It can also be shared on YouTube, Facebook or even burnt onto a DVD if you have a DVD burner.

Windows Movie Maker 2012 is the stand out application of Windows Essentials 2012 . This basic video editing tool remains great while offering a few new, useful features.

Windows Movie Maker 2012 takes advantage of hardware acceleration , which will speed up video exporting and encoding. There is also a new video stabilization feature, which will be a boon to those with cameras that don't offer this feature. Videos now output to h.264 by default .

The interface of Windows Movie Maker 2012 has stayed the same for the most part but integrating audio is easier as you can now look up music from services like AudioMicro, Free Music Archive, and Vimeo Music Store. The video timeline also features a wav form so you can easily see where audio is placed within the video.

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    Today we’re happy to announce new versions of Movie Maker and Photo Gallery for Windows 7 and Windows 8. We’ve added a few new capabilities while also taking advantage of some advances in Windows 8. Movie Maker and Photo Gallery are two
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