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Both Windows and Apple offer free or bundled video editing systems. Below are links to printable step-by-step instructions and some online resources to get you started and keep your video project on track.
If you're looking for multimedia resources with no copyright restrictions or creative commons licenses, visit Online Resources.
Windows Movie Maker 2.6 is a basic video editor that will let you create a movie with video, image and sound files. If you bought a laptop with Windows 7 already installed, your version is the Windows "Live" Movie Maker, which does not have as many features as the previous version. By installing Movie Maker 2.6 on your Windows 7 computer, you'll have better control over your video.
Download Windows Movie Maker 2.6
Atomic Learning Movie Maker 2 Tutorials
FHSU has a subscription service to this tutorials repository. They have lots of quick videos on how to do everything in Windows Movie Maker 2. Sign in to Tiger Tracks, then come back and click here to visit their Movie Maker Tutorials or search for the program in their "Applications" drop down menu.
iMovie is an application from Apple for Mac computers and iPads
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