Hello, it’s Elizabeth Richardson here.
I’m not an expert movie producer, I don’t have a degree and I’m not even very experienced with video editing. I’m a successfully self-published author and avid student of anything that tickles my fancy in the moment.
If I do something – I do it well!
So on that basis, please be aware that all things that I’m writing here are purely and simply notes on what I’m learning as I navigate my way around using the new Windows LIVE Movie Maker. As far as disclaimers go, here is the bottom line: If you get benefit, learn something you didn’t know before about editing video clips, become more decisive about how to make your own mini movies or begin to feel really excited about what’s possible after reading these pages, then I’ve done what I came here to do.
To find out how to get the most benefit from using the older versions of Windows Movie Maker, just go to mini-movie-maker.com website.
To get more informations, fixes for problems, video tutorials and more about the new versions of Windows LIVE Movie Maker, go to mini-movie-maker.net
Or leave me a message if there’s something I can assist you with and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.