Windows Movie Maker is a free offering from Microsoft that offers novice and average users the ability to edit video and from there, be able to share/publish it to Facebook, YouTube, eMail, DVD and even custom resolutions. It's a basic editor with very simplified interface, and it's part of the Windows Live Essentials Suite of applications.
Most of the functions of Windows Movie Maker 2012 are supposed to be viewed as common knowledge, but since Microsoft doesn't provide an user manual, some people need some guidance on how to do these functions; such as adding videos and images…
So, here's how to do that…
If not already, download the latest version of Windows Movie Maker 2012-
you can download it from here.
One of the easiest ways to import videos or images/photos in to Windows Movie Maker is to use the Windows basic function of drag-and-drop; this would be my first suggestion for anyone.
Secondly, you can use the add videos and photos option in the application…
The benefit to using drag-and-drop as an option is that as you move over the storyboard, the storyboard position indicator shows where you're going to place the media.
Where as when you use the option to insert media [video & pictures] the position of where you want to insert the media has to be pre-determined and set before you use the option.
Using either import option, you can import multiple media files. Again, I would suggest using drag-and-drop a majority of the time.
If you run in to issues, contact the support forum…
I hope this helps...
Larry Henry Jr.
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