This video tutorial demonstrates the virtues of the new Web 2.0-like software from our friends in Redmond, WA. Movie Maker in the M$ live bundle provides a video editing platform for the upcoming Windows 7 release in October. Ease of use, direct YouTube uploads and DVD burning are a few of the features returning to Movie Maker after Microsoft has been steadily removing features in the Vista version. The only cons are that notorious wmv format and the lack of customized “Ken Burns” effect. A small step backward from Photo Story 3. This release reminds me a little of the iLife suite of tools from Cupertino.
Download the old version from this site.
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