Tips to burn a movie maker project on DVD by using Windows® XP®.
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Windows XP is an operating system that was released by Microsoft in 2001 for use in home and business laptops and desktops. Windows XP denotes eXPerience. It is the successor of Windows ME and Windows 2000 and a predecessor of Windows Vista. The different editions of Windows XP are Windows XP Home Edition built for home users, and Windows XP Professional built for business enterprises. A Windows XP Media Center Edition was introduced for digital media and television enterprises. The Windows XP overcame all the demerits of the previous versions of Windows with attracting desktop visual features and more user friendly and efficient taskbars and toolbars. One of the newly introduced features of the Windows XP was the Movie Maker. This application enables the user to edit and make videos.
Tips to burn a movie maker project to DVD by using Windows XP are as follows:
- Movie Maker
- Direct burning
- Burn by using burning software
Movie maker is an application that helps users to import videos, edit and add visual effects and save it on a computer or write it to a DVD. This application can be selected by first clicking the ‘Start’ button, then in the ‘Start’ menu, select ‘All Programs’ and then click on ‘Movie Maker’. The movie is made in Windows media video/audio file format. Making a Movie Maker project is very simple. First of all, you need to have a video or audio clip saved on your computer. From the Movie task bar on the left side of the Movie Maker window, select ‘Import Video’. You can edit the clip and add video transitions and texts. After finishing editing you need to either save it on the computer or burn it on a DVD.
After finishing your editing and mixing work with the video, you can directly Burn on a CD/DVD. For this you need to click on the ‘Save to CD’ button on the Movie taskbar. Then you need to read the dialogue box that appears and continue to burn the video. You can select a particular name for the video DVD. When the burning is finished the DVD comes automatically out of the DVD drive.
A finished video can also be saved to the computer and then burned by using different burning software. For this, you need to select the ‘Save to computer’ option from the Movie taskbar and then specify the name for your video and the saving location. You need to continue as per the dialogue boxes and the edited video will be saved on the computer. Then you can write this on a DVD by using burning software of your choice.