To create an AutoMovie

  1. Select a collection in the Collections pane or select multiple clips in the Contents pane. 
  2. On the Tools menu, click AutoMovie or In the Movie Tasks pane, under Edit Movie, click Make an AutoMovie. 
  3. On the Select an AutoMovie Editing Style page, select an AutoMovie editing style. 
  4. Under More options, click Enter a title for the movie. 
  5. In the Enter Text for Title page, type the text you want to appear as the title. 
  6. Under More options, click Select audio or background music. 
  7. In Audio and music files, do one of the following:
    Select an audio or music file from the current list.
    Click Browse to import an audio or music file on your hard disk into Windows Movie Maker to use in your movie.
    Select None if you do not want any audio or music added to your movie.
  8. Do one of the following:
    To increase the audio level of an audio clip on the Audio/Music track, drag the slider bar towards Audio/Music.
    To increase the audio level of the audio on the Audio track that is part of a video clip, drag the slider bar towards Audio from video. 
  9. Click Done, edit movie to create the AutoMovie and add the clips to the storyboard/timeline.
The time it takes for the AutoMovie to be created and added to the storyboard/timeline depends on the duration and amount of audio, video, and pictures you selected or in the selected collection.


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