The title itself may be a bit cryptic for those that do not have much contact with extensions, file types and so on. Therefore, I will start off by discussing ffmpeg. There is not that much to tell, but it is always easier to understand the process if you understand its parts, so, in short, ffmpeg is a core solution, used by numerous software vendors to power video conversions.
It is no secret that home movies are rarely perfect. The images themselves can be great, but someone talking in the background did not realize you were filming or they honestly didn’t care. In this case, it is best to go with music instead of spoken words.
Whether it be creating a professional video or just adding some flare to a home video, there are times when introduction titles and closing titles are called for. Luckily, it is easy to add a title, opening credits, and closing credits with Movie Maker 2. In fact, you have many choices; including fly-ins, outline effects, and fades. The only roadblock you will run into with Movie Maker and introductory titles is the few background choices.
You are done! You have spent hours loading your video onto your computer, editing out the junk, adding good transitions and effects. Your video is now perfect and ready to be shared with family and friends, but wait! How do you go about doing that sharing? You need to export your movie. Here comes the most important question of all: what format should you export to?
If you own a digital camera, it is likely that you have a series of pictures on your camera from one single event. For example, a trip to the museum with your child may result in 40 pictures or more! All by themselves, these pictures are good, but wouldn’t you like to make them amazing? You can by creating a video slideshow. Creating a video slideshow is easy with Windows Live Movie Maker; import your pictures and then drop them into the storyboard in the order that you prefer.
If you have a home video that you want to make perfect, you are likely to turn to Windows Live Movie Maker. This video editing program gives you control and freedom; you can do whatever you want with your home movie or video clips. Two main choices that you have are effects and transitions. When compared, which is your best option? Which produces the best results?
As you know, there is some “video junk” that finds its way into all home movies. Wouldn’t it be nice to edit out these not-so-perfect comments or images? Thanks to computer video editing, you can! Whether it be editing out a comment from Aunt Tina when she thought no one was watching or reducing a 45 minute home movie down to 10 minutes, you can do it.
Would you like to create your own videogallery in less than 10 minutes? There is a solution with live streaming, user management, search engine and it is absolutely free!