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

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Writing to Tape

Since you're reading this chapter, I will assume that your project is complete—all edits done (and redone and redone), background music in place, and titles fore, aft, and in the middle. In short, you're ready to push the proverbial big red button and get this project behind you.

I'm right with you on that one, but before recording a long segment to tape, try a one- or two-minute sequence, just to make sure everything is working. Writing back to tape is one of those “tough to get it right the first time” activities, at least for me, so test your setup with a shorter project to catch any errors.

To write your project to tape

1.
In the Movie Tasks pane, click Send to DV Camera (Figure 15.3).
  • If the Movie Tasks pane isn't showing, ...

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