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

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Working on the Storyboard

In traditional video productions, a storyboard is a large chart or series of charts with images representing the various clips of a project. It's a great tool for conceptualizing the content and flow of your movie, and it's even better in digital form, since you can easily rearrange your assets.

If you're at all unsure of the order of your clips, Movie Maker's Storyboard is a very convenient place for shuffling them around until you've decided. You can even add transitions and preview your project to quickly view the rough cut. However, when it's time to trim your videos and perform other more sophisticated editing, you'll need to use the superior tools available only in Timeline view.

By default, Movie Maker maintains ...

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