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Windows Vista®: Home Entertainment with Windows® Media Center and Xbox 360™ by Greg Slack, S. E. Slack

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Chapter 17. Working with Movie Maker

  • Use Movie Maker

  • Import existing videos

  • Make camera connections

  • Import taped or live video direct from your camera

  • Make a movie

  • Publish a movie to your computer

THERE’S ONE MORE program to know about in the Windows Vista operating system, especially if you have a video camera of any kind—Windows Movie Maker. Maybe you don’t do this, but in our family, we’re notorious for shooting video of events and the kids...and then dropping the tapes into a drawer and never looking at them again.

What a waste of time, right? Well, it was too complicated to transfer them to digital media and play them before. But now we’ve figured out that there is a pretty effortless way to transfer movies on tape to our computer so that we can ...

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