How to do an effect with movie maker

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How to do an effect with movie maker

Postby creenet » Sun Feb 07, 2010 1:59 pm

I hope to be in the right section...I'm new here, so first: hallo to everybody! :D

I just started to do amv and I'm using movie maker, xp version; I would like to do a slideshow using pan or zoom effects, but my version of movie maker doesn't have them, I searched for other effect to add, but I didn't found anything. :(
Can you tell me where I can find similar effects for movie maker or which (free) software I can use?

Sorry for my bad english, but it is not my first language :oops:

Thank you!
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Re: How to do an effect with movie maker

Postby post-it » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:55 pm

most effects are nothing more than two or more images sliding over each other.

As such, any free Editor for Pictures should be able to pan anything across or in front of
any other picture.

get yourself a Photo Imaging Program and manually up-date each frame picture needed.

Vegas, primiere and magix are just photo programs modified to handle moving pictures.
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Re: How to do an effect with movie maker

Postby post-it » Sat Jul 17, 2010 1:27 pm

here is one company making a difference. Animated or Simple Repairs -free-
Image
with this program, you can slice a few pixels from one end and paste it to
the other end for the PAN effect. .. why this program for that? It makes
ANI-GIF's and AVI's which will be accepted my Windows Media Producer.

Now, you can create your own stuff or modify it any-way-you-want. 8-)
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Re: How to do an effect with movie maker

Postby jennyjuan » Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:00 pm

HI, you can have a try youtube movie maker, maybe it can help you out, good luck.
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