Creating simple videos using Windows Movie Maker is a highly effective way to market your website and you donít even need a video camera. This article describes how to create a video without a camera using Windows Movie Maker.
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How to Create a Simple Video with Windows Movie Maker

Creating simple videos using Windows Movie Maker is a highly effective way to market your website and you donít even need a video camera. A video will engage the audience much better than written content. This is because visitors can watch, listen and read instead of just reading the text version of your content. One of the greatest fears of video marketing is actually creating the video. Put those fears to rest by reading the steps outlined below to quickly and easily create a simple video.

Seven steps for creating a simple video with Windows Movie Maker

1. Open Windows Movie Maker

Every PC already has Windows Movie Maker software installed. You should now see a list of movie tasks on the left side of the window. These include capture video, edit movie, fish movie and movie making tips. At the bottom of your screen. You should see a timeline displayed. You will be adding video, audio and text to this time line.

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2. Import a picture

Click on the import pictures link to find a beautiful photo that will serve as the background to your video clip. Make sure the photo is not too dark because you will be placing text on top of it. You can use as many photos as you wish for your video however Iíve found that one beautiful photo works fine. It saves time and prevents viewers from being distracted by displaying multiple photos.

If you have seven points you wish to make in your video, copy and paste the same photo 7 times into your timeline. Add the photo two more times for the introduction and end of your video. You should now have a total of nine photos on the timeline.

3. Add titles to the photos on your timeline

The first photo should contain the main title of your video clip plus your contact information which should include your website address. Add the titles for the main points in the next seven photos. The last photo should thank your visitors for watching and include your website address or a link to your products and services.

4. Import audio

Music will greatly enhance your video by appealing to your visitors auditory senses. Choose your music wisely. For example, you donít want to have a person singing or rapping loudly in the background while your visitor is watching the video. It may appeal to a small number of people but will probably turn off most of them.

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