Video:Windows Movie Maker Exportwith Isaac Brody
Once your video's on the Web you can share it with friends and family in an instant. Learn how to export with Windows Movie Maker so the best possible version of your video is shared.See Transcript
Transcript:Windows Movie Maker ExportHi, I'm Isaac Brody for About.com Computing. Today I'll teach you how to export your movie for the web using Windows Movie Maker.
Once you've created your movie in the timeline you may want to export your movie. We can export our movie for the web, and in other formats. To export go to File, Save Movie File.
Where to Save Windows Movie Maker ExportUnder location select My Computer and click next. I'll enter a file name, and click Browse to choose a place to save my movie. I'll choose the desktop and click, OK. Now I'll click Next.
High Quality ExportNow we'll set our export settings. I'll click the first setting for best quality, and click on Next. It takes a little time to export, so be patient.
When it's done make sure the, Play movie when I click finish, box is selected and click Finish. And there's our project at full video quality. This is useful if you want to import your video into a DVD authoring program.
Windows Movie Maker Export for WebNow I'll show you how to encode and shrink your film for the web. I'll close the movie file and again go to File, Save Movie File.
I'll select my computer and click Next, I'll name the file Movie web. Since I just saved to the desktop its still listed, so I'll click next. Under Movie settings click Show more choices. And then click Other settings.
When I click the dropdown menu I see lots of choices for exporting. I'll click High quality video large.
Web Video SizingIf you look at the setting details, the display size is 640 by 480 pixels. This setting is good for high quality web video. I'll click the dropdown menu and click High quality video small.
When you look at settings, the display size is 320 by 240 pixels, half the size of the high quality setting. This setting maintains high quality with a smaller filesize. I'll use this one and click Next.
Now it's exporting. After its finished I'll click, Finish to watch it. That looks pretty good to me. And that's how you export your video from Windows Movie Maker.
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