Movie Maker is a free program from Microsoft. It is part of the Essential series of applications. This video describes how AutoMovie overrides your custom settings, and how to fix it.
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Movie Maker is a free program from Microsoft. It is part of the Essential series of applications. This video shows you how to import pictures and videos, arrange them on the timeline, choose an automovie, add music, and edit the titles.
Movie Maker is a free program from Microsoft. It is part of the Essential series of applications. This video shows you how to use the three types of tracks: video, music, and narration. movi-tracks.mp4 - 25.35MB Download
This video is an overview of how to take pictures and movie clips and put them together using Movie Maker. Nothing fancy here, just the basics in a complete, quick movie. Later lessons will go into detail on each step. movi-quick-movie.mp4 - 24.91MB Download
Movie Maker is a free program from Microsoft. It is part of the Essential series of applications. This video shows you step by step how to download and install it. movi-download-install.mp4 - 7.02MB Download
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, a very special photographic technique for professional photographers. What takes them multiple shots and lots of time at the computer can be emulated with one click in Picasa. Called HDRish, you’ll find it on Picasa’s fourth tab of picture editing tools. This video will show you what it’s all [Click for the rest ...]
This video takes you thru the process of backing up an entire year’s worth of pictures. We use DVDs. Picasa will fill up the first disk, then just ask for another, until all pictures have been backed up. Then it’s your job to check the disks.
This is an 8 video series on how to organize your Pictures using Picasa. Forget about Picasa! Know where your pictures are WITHOUT Picasa. Using Folder Manager Your Folder System and Backups Importing Pictures to Named Folders Moving Pictures to a New Folder Fixing Folders previously created with Auto-Dates Use Albums to Organize, NOT Folders [Click for the rest ...]
On some mapping applications, you can ‘drop a pin’ or ‘add a placemark’ to identify a particular place that you want to be able to reference. On the Android App for Google Maps, I can’t find any such feature, but I’ve found a way to do it using the Star. This video shows you how [Click for the rest ...]