Windows Live Essentials Movie Maker 2012
Whether you prefer Hollywood or the indie scene, you’re the director with Windows Live Essentials Movie Maker.
Whether you prefer Hollywood or the indie scene, you’re the director with Movie Maker. Import and edit slide shows and videos Quickly add photos and footage from your PC or camera into Movie Maker. Then fine tune your movie just the way you want it. You can move things around, speed it up or slow it down—it’s up to you. Edit the soundtrack and add a theme. Enhance your movie with audio and a theme. Movie Maker adds transitions and effects automatically so your movie looks polished and professional. Share your movie online. Once your movie is ready, share it online on Facebook, YouTube or other social networking and video sharing sites. Send a link to your movie in an email to family and friends so they won’t miss it.
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