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Title: Ways To Generate and Distribute Your Finished Movie


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Ways To Generate and Distribute Your Finished
Movie
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Ways to generate and to distribute your finished
movie
  • As a file on your computer
  • Burned to a CD
  • Distributed across the Web
  • Sent back to a DV camera to be out on video tape.

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As a file on your computer
  • A. To re-import into Movie Maker in order to add
    more audio or title tracks.
  • To create a VCD or DVD, which requires another
    software program.
  • C. To store or playback from your computer at a
    different time.

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To create a VCD or DVD, which requires another
software program.
  • To create a VCD or DVD, download the program
    TMPGEnc from www.tmpgenc.net/e_main.html to
    convert AVI files to MPEG 1 for free.

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To create a VCD or DVD, which requires another
software program.
  • To create a DVD, youll need a program like Sonic
    MyDVD 4 (www.mydvd.com), which is not free.
    However, ULeads DVD MovieFactory 2 has a fully
    functioning demo version at www.ulead.com/dmf.
    Use the Add Chapter Markers feature in MM 2 to
    divide you movie up for scene selection.

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Burned to a CD
  • A. This is a very similar process to saving a
    file to your computer. The first difference you
    might encounter is a prompt to enter a title for
    the CD (limit 16 characters), which can be
    different from both the title of the movie and
    the name of the movie files. You can have
    multiple movie files on a single CD all related
    to the same subject, which might inspire the name
    of a CD.

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Burned to a CD
  • B. A CD can hold up to 800 Mb.
  • C. If you intend to save only 1 movie to a CD,
    then on the Movie Setting screen, chose Best fit
    for recordable CD.

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Burned to a CD
  • D. If you know the movie will be watched on a
    slow computer or across the Internet, then choose
    the highest setting that can be played on that
    system.
  • E. The speed of the burning process depends on
    the speed of the CD burner.

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Distributed across the Web
  • A. If youre e-mailing a movie, then know the
    file size limit/ restriction on attachments. In
    Hotmail, its 1 Mb. If you know from the start
    that this is what you will be doing with your
    movie, then set the maximum file size for your
    movie in the Options window under Toolsgt Options
    on the Advanced tab.

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Distributed across the Web
  • B. Depending on the length of your movie, MM may
    or may not be able to meet the maximum file size
    specified in the Options window. If it cant,
    then you will receive an error message.

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Distributed across the Web
  • C. Before you finalize compression to e-mail
    your movie, you will be given the option to play
    the movie. This is a good chance to preview the
    affects of the compression settings before the
    process is finalized. You will also be given the
    option of saving the file to your computer.

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Sent back to a DV camera to be out on video tape.
  • A. Play the tape on another camera that accepts
    the same ones
  • B. Connect the camera to a television to watch
    the movie
  • C. Connect a camera to the VCR to make VHS copies

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Connect a camera to the VCR to make VHS copies
  • To choose this option, the Save Movie wizard will
    create a temporary storage space on your
    computer. You can set this place in the Options
    window under Toolsgt Options on the General tab.
    If this space is too small, then you will have to
    split your movie into 2 parts and save each to
    tape successively.

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  • Adapted from Windows Movie Maker 2 Zero to Hero
    by Jon Bounds, John Buechler, and Jen deHaan
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