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

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Saving to a Video-Hosting Provider

Sharing video files over the Internet is one of the great dreams of modern-day video producers, but the reality is that posting files to a Web site can be technically complex. Every video-hosting provider has different rules for posting video files, which in most cases has to be done manually.

To make posting files to a Web site easier, Microsoft designed a seamless file upload capability into Movie Maker and to date has partnered with Web site Neptune Mediashare to host Movie Maker files. Note that after a free seven-day trial of the Neptune service, you have to pay $49 for a one-year subscription. However, I was pretty impressed—for $49 you get 150 MB of storage for pictures or movies and your own URL to send ...

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