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

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Saving to My Computer

My Computer is the most general output category, used whenever the more specific categories don't apply. For example, if you're creating a file for posting to a Web site, but don't have an account with a Movie Maker–compatible video-hosting provider, use this option to produce the file.

As with all the output options, I assume that you've completed your project, and it's sitting on the Timeline ready for output. I'll start with the simplest case: saving a file for playback from your own hard disk using default settings. This is the simplest approach and should work for most users.

Then I'll tackle how to tinker with settings to produce files for playback on the Web, over a local area network, or from specialty devices such ...

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