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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Windows Movie Maker Program

Thanks to blogging friend "TexCyn" for her comment saying that she uses Windows Movie Maker for videos.

First off, I did not even know that the iPhone would take videos. Unknowingly, I hit the button to change from photo to video, I saw the red light and was wondering what was wrong.  Then I viewed the photos I took and saw that "arrow" in the middle of the screen.  Dah! Videos.

After reading the comment and looking at my laptop, I discover that Movie Maker is installed. I remember watching Stump do some of this stuff with his photos.  I opened the program and clicked on "add photos and videos" and added a video from "my documents".

I was able to turn the video around and add a title - WOW, this is great. I still don't know why these are upside down when I transfer them from my iPhone to my laptop. I contacted Apple yesterday and they emailed me a link to some instructions, but I have not read it yet.

Here are a few of the videos I took, don't be too critical. Remember, I didn't know I was taking videos at first and I also don't know a lot about the iPhone and computer programs. It's all trial and error.





6 comments:

  1. Teri, none of the movies would play on my computer. Maybe others can get it to work.

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  2. Hi I'm new to your blog, but I tried your movies on my HP and they worked fine. Enjoyed them and look forward to following your blog.

    Betty and Joe
    joeandbetty.blogspot.com

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  3. The third video was nice. That wind was really blowing by the sounds of it.

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  4. Teri,

    Fantastic job! I think they turned out great! Have a great weekend, looking forward to more videos.

    Erik

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  5. Great! Aren't mistakes sometimes the best discoveries? I'm glad the suggestion worked for you - now we can expect more vids - yay! :-)

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  6. Good job Teri, I can take video with my camera don't know why I don't. I have 2 short ones my Grandson took I should try to post.
    Man that wind sure was blowing in the last video.

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