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Microsoft Windows Movie Maker 2: Visual Quickstart Guide by Jan Ozer

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Customizing Your Collection Views

After you import a still image or audio file into a collection, Movie Maker defaults to Thumbnails view, displaying each of these assets separately. For example, Figure 3.31 shows a collection of still images, each with its own thumbnail image.

In addition, when you import video into Movie Maker, you'll likely subdivide each video into separate clips using techniques discussed in “Creating Clips in Video Files” in Chapter 8. Once displayed in a collection, each clip will also have its own thumbnail image.

Though the thumbnails help, you're still confronted with multiple assets in each collection. Many times, particularly with video, it's helpful to rename clips in your collection so that you can find relevant ...

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