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Adorage effects packages for Windows Movie Maker are downloadable add-ons containing 100's of professional quality Video Effects and Transitions.

These .00 downloadable packages contains the Movie Maker plug-in, and 100's of effects that are immediately usable in Windows Movie Maker 2. Follow the links to view samples of what's included in these Adorage effects download packs.

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SpiceFX 6 - 10 Wizards to Fix Scenes & Customize Titles, Overlays, Effects, Transitions! See more plug-ins   Pixelan Software, the creators of popular add-ons for many video editing programs, has released version 6 of its Movie Maker plug-ins. SpiceFX 6 includes 15 Packs that add more than 675 pre-made, drag-and-drop transitions and effects to Movie Maker. SpiceFX 6 also includes 10 powerful, easy-to-use Wizards to customize titles, overlays, effects, transitions, and more for Movie Maker. Three Wizards are new (see below), and all existing Wizards have been significantly enhanced. SpiceFX is compatible with Movie Maker on XP, Vista, AND on Windows 7 (the latter by installing MM2.6 or MM6.0 in Windows 7, as many Movie Maker users have done... Pixelan provides the simple steps and downloads). SpiceFX 6 is downloadable, easy to install, and affordable. Pixelan prices start as low as !

• SceneFixer™ (new) : Adjustable contrast/brightness AND advanced color correction for MM; can apply variably within a scene.
• Blur-Sharpen™ (new): Complete control in MM over blurring/sharpening. Several blur types provided; can variably blur in a scene.
• FilmTouch™ (new): Hundreds of prol presets for popular film looks, each adjustable for brightness, contrast & effect power.
• PanZoom™: Visually and easily create custom pan zoom MM effects, optimized for high-res output.
• TitleFX™: Drag to place MM titles/text anywhere in a scene. Add new title animations, fade timing, text effects, etc.
• OverlayFX™: Easily overlay, position,, and enhance in your MM scene any imported still-image, such as a logo, graphic, or frame.
• AccentFX™: Mix brightness, saturation, borders, etc. to highlight your scene's main subject. Great for family, sports, event videos.
• SpiceMaster™: Pixelan's long-popular industry-leading organic transitions tool brought to Movie Maker.
• PerfectPIP™: Create custom picture in picture (PIP) transitions for Movie Maker, choosing the PIP shape, style, location, etc.
• TranJelly™: Customizable beveled transitions for MM -- FREE and fully-functional to keep just by downloading Pixelan's demo!

For more details and demos at Pixelan's website, . Note that buying via this link supports windowsmoviemakers.net!

Windows Live Movie Maker released!

Microsoft has announced , available now as part of Windows Live Essentials. A free download for Windows 7 and Windows Vista PCs that meet the . The revamped version of Movie Maker focuses on ease of use, better file compatibility and built-in publishing to online video sites.Windows Live Movie Maker Note - Windows Live Movie Maker is not compatible with Windows XP.
Here are some of the Windows Live Movie Maker highlights:

  • Sharing videos online with built-in publishing to YouTube
  • Burn movies to DVD with a few simple clicks
  • Greater editing support for saving files in high-definition formats
  • AutoMovie to quickly create movies from videos, photos and music
  • Transitions and Effects for video and photos
  • Titles, captions and credits with new overlay features
  • Audio and soundtrack editing
  • Much improved file support including Quicktime, Microsoft Recorded TV Show (.DVR-MS and .WTV), AVCHD and many MPEG formats

Learn more about and be sure to visit the .

PapaJohn's Articles & Tutorials

PapaJohn's Movie Maker NewslettersRead over 180 issues here: ---------- Choose a Topic ---------- #1 - High Definition #2 - Audio/Narration #3 - Three topics, Plug-ins, Stock Video Footage and Zooming #4 - The differences in Windows Movie Maker version 1 versus 2 #5 - Picture-in-Picture Tutorial #6 - Text Clips (Titles and Credits) #7 - Using Microsoft's Photo Story 2 #8 - Dividing a Complex Project into Sub-Projects #9 - File Formats: Which ones work with Movie Maker 2 #10 - Compression, Codecs and the Windows Media Encoder #11 - About: MPEG Files and mini tutorial on creating a DVD #12 - About: Text Messages #13 - Using IrfanView with Movie Maker 2 #14 - Windows XP Sp2 and Movie Maker 2.1 #15 - Making Text Images for Photo Story 2 #16 - Using VirtualDub and NanDub with Movie Maker #17 - Analog Capture using Dazzle DVC 80 #18 - Exploring Audio - Enhancement, Losses, Sync, Conversion. #19 - From DVD disc to Movie Maker #20 - Movie Maker, Photo Story and TMPGEnc #21 - Using Movie Maker 2 and Photo Story 2 #22 - Rad Video Tools #23 - Anatomy of a Photo Story Project File #24 - About 'Project Collections' #25 - Photo Story 3 - Special Edition #26 - Photo Story 3 and Movie Maker 2 Working Together #27 - Review: Video Effects and Transitions #28 - Sharing Videos Online #29 - Photo Story 3 - The First Month #30 - Movie Maker Basics #31 - Help!! I can't save my Movie or Story #32 - Picture-in-Picture (Advanced) #33 - AutoMovie + VirtualDub "Benchmark Testing #34 - Manage Adware and Spyware #35 - Adjusting Dark Movies #36 - Intro to AviSynth #37 - Go, Stop, Reverse, Photo Story, Go Forward #38 - Make a Video-Like Snippet to Begin a Photo Story #39 - Text and Texture #40 - Pixels #41 - DVDs with the Highest Quality on New Home HDTV's #42 - Civil War Project Pt.1 #43 - Encoder Screen Capture Session #44 - Pictures From A Relative #45 - Sonic's PS3 DVD Plug-in and MyDVD 6.1 #46 - Civil War Project Pt.2 #47 - About Audio #48 - DV-AVI File Rendering #49 - Use Movie Maker to Start a Photo Story Project #50 - Converting MPEG-2 Files #51 - Civil War Project Pt.3 #52 - Intro to Custom Titles and Effects #53 - Converting MPEG-2 files - Part II (Ripping/Converting DVDs) #54 - Interlaced versus Progressive #55 - What Frames Do You See? #56 - Renaissance Handfasting Ceremony - Plus a Sword Fight #57 - Vlogging (Video Blogging) #58 - Civil War Project (Making the final movie) #59 - Converting MPEG-2 files - Part III (from Recorded TV to Movie Maker) #60 - A Source File - from Cradle to Grave #61 - The WinDV Utility #62 - Photo Story 3- Saving Projects and Stories #63 - Introduction to Audacity #64 - Navigating the timeline and trimming clips #65 - Text in Photo Story 3 #66 - Neptune & Mydeo Video Hosting #67 - Create your Photo Story Audio in Movie Maker #68 - Assessing Video Files and Codecs with GSpot #69 - Project Complexity and Memory Needs #70 - Render MPEG-4 Movies with Movie Maker 2 #71 - Rotating and Cropping a Video Scene #72 - Equipment: Monopod #73 - Custom Effects, Transitions and Title Overlays #74 - Photo Story 3 Profile Choices #75 - Re-Capture DV-AVI Files #76 - DVD Creation with Windows Media Center 2005 #77 - Paint.NET Tutorial #78 - Prepping Still Pictures for Import #79 - Photo Story 3 and Digital Image Suite 2006 #80 - Basic Computer Skills #81 - Holiday Videos #82 - From Scanner to Movie or Stories #83 - Happy Holidays #84 - Video Compression Options #85 - A Photo Story with 300 Photos #86 - 1st look at Photo Story and Movie Maker in Vista #87 - Journeys from Analog to Digital #88 - Making a Standard Opening Clip #89 - Las Vegas Photo Story #90 - Stories and Movies - Shapes and Sizes #91 - Background Music - Obtaining, Selecting, and Distributing #92 - Moving Overlay Images #93 - Windows Vista Features #94 - High Definition VC-1 #95 - Quality Settings in Custom Profiles #96 - Special Video Effects #97 - Tags in DVD Files #98 - Visually Seamless #99 - Special Effects & Transitions #100- 2nd Anniversary Edition #101 - Free Online Video Hosts #102 - Converting Movies to Flash & MP4 #103 - Managing files with Total Commander #104 - A Shotgun Microphone #105 - Roxio's MyDVD Premier 8 #106 - Another look at Windows Vista #107 - The 307 Video Effects on my Laptop #108 - The 551 Video Transitions on my Laptop #109 - Summer Fun - an Old-Fashioned Drive-in #110 - Re-Capturing a Lost DV-AVI File #111 - Using Audio Wave Patterns #112 - Windows Media Encoder Studio Edition #113 - Audio Sample rates of DV-AVI files #114 - Organizing Still Pictures before Importing #115 - The Pace of TV Ads and Content #116 - Subdividing an Overly Complex Project #117 - Blue-Screen: Outer Space Clips #118 - Europe 301 #119 - SUPER Converter #120 - HD Camcorder: Sony HDR-HC1 #121 - The iRiver Clix #122 - Pixelan's Pan and Zoom Maker #123 - mydeo - Streaming Video Service #124 - Mass of Vacation Videos and Pictures #125 - Pixelan's Transitions and Effects #126 - Making a Video Postcard #127 - A Closer look at YouTube #128 - Vista's DVD Maker - Focus on Style #129 - Scanning 35mm Slides #130 - Make a PhotoStory from a Movie #131 - A Sample High-Def PhotoStory #132 - Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 #133 - Vista: Shortest Path from Camcorder to DVD #134 - Is Your Computer Working OK? #135 - The Bitrates' of Photo Stories #136 - Travel Videos and Trip Advisor #137 - Music and Audio #138 - Vista: Using other Apps Pt.1 #139 - Video Editing Basics #140 - Inkscape #141 - Picture to Story and Movie #142 - Microsoft Expression Media #143 - Sherlock the Codec Detective #144 - DVDate #145 - Movie Maker version 2.6 for Vista #146 - Pictures for Stories #147 - Hack a Website Page #148 - First Look | Expression Media Encoder #149 - Profiles and Custom Profiles #150 - 3rd Anniversary | Picture-in-Picture #151 - Photo Story Tips and Tricks #152 - Camcorders and other Gadgets #153 - the Quest to Edit and Audio Track #154 - Vista Aspect Ratios Better than XP #155 - TweakPS - Under the Hood #156 - WMV is a Container #157 - Video Perspective of Summer Sports #158 - ULead DVD Movie Factory #159 - Making a Promo Video #160 - Quality of Flash files from 4 Free Hosts #161 - Codecs and GSpot #162 - Basics of Photo Story 3 #163 - Windows Vista: Report Card #164 - A Codec named ffdshow #165 - Photo Story 3 to Silverlight #166 - Microsoft Expression Media Encoder #167 - Movie Maker in Vista Home Basic #168 - Rehan's ShaderTFX for Vista's Movie Maker #169 - Windows Live Photo Gallery for XP #170 - Use Your Point-and-Shoot Camera for Video #171 - Microsoft Office Live Meeting Recordings #172 - A Little Bluescreening #173 - Movie Maker 6 Source Files (Vista) #174 - Focus on a Subject #175 - Interlacing #176 - Microsoft Virtual Earth #177 - PapaJohn's Personal Database #178 - the State of PapaJohn #179 - Video Tutorial: Brady Bunch Project #180 - Are You Ready for GrapEdit? #181 - Holiday Video Goodies #182 - Vegas Movie Studio - First Look

John "PapaJohn" Buechler, Microsoft MVP and author of Windows Movie Maker books, now has 182 articles and tutorials. John goes well beyond the basics to show you how to get the most out of using Windows Movie Maker, Photo Story 3 and other digital media software.

TV Ratings in Windows Movie Maker

TV Ratings in Windows Movie MakerAre you using Windows Movie Maker to edit your home videos? Have you ever wanted to add the TV Ratings to the top of your home videos? Microsoft MVP, Blaine Deal, has created a set of custom titles that can be used in Windows Movie Maker to add the various TV Ratings (Y, Y7, G, PG, 14, MA) to the top left corner of your video.

Using Windows Vista Certified Devices

Certified for Windows Vista DevicesThe Movie Maker are filled with posts from users who need help connecting external devices to a Windows based PC. This frustrating struggle between device and PC has been an issue for a long time, but this struggle is about to end thanks to Microsoft’s Certified for Windows Vista Program. -

Rehan's Effects and Transitions

Rehan's PIP EffectsRehan's Picture in Picture Effects

has been very active sharing his custom Transitions and Effects under the .

Download his Picture in Picture package which contains 9 pip effects and icons. .

Learn more about creating your own custom Transitions and Effects from .
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  Rehan's Pan and Zoom EffectsRehan's Pan and Zoom Effects Pan Zoom Effects is a custom effects package for Movie Maker 2. It allows you to apply Ken Burns style Pan and Zoom effects to your still photos and movie clips.
Major Highlights of the package:
  • Flexible xml interface: Fully customizable to specify any start and end pan-zoom rectangles.
  • Simple alphabet grid to specify start and end regions
  • Optimized bilinear filtering algorithm to maintain high pixel quality during zooms and pans.

Using Stock Media with Projects

So you want to put together a movie or photo story, but you don't have all the photos or sounds you need to fill out the project. Enter stock media...read more

Windows Movie Maker - Do amazing things "Windows Movie Maker - Do amazing things" By John "PapaJohn" Buechler.
Windows Movie Maker 2 - Do amazing thingsMillions of people have downloaded Microsoft Windows Movie Maker 2, which offers new features that make creating home movies amazingly fun—and this guide shows how to get awesome results right away! The author is a Movie Maker expert who teaches you the best ways to import and edit footage; make titles, credits, and captions; create scene transitions; add soundtracks and voiceovers; and premiere your movie on CD, DVD, or the Web. The author’s Web site keeps you up to date on the latest in hardware, file format, and other digital video topics that are constantly evolving. Fun, focused, and easy to follow, this book shows how quickly your own movies can come together with Windows Movie Maker 2 - and how you, too, can create the effects you see in movies and on TV every day! Read more about......

PapaJohn is one of our top . Each week he helps hundreds of Windows Movie Maker users by participating in online discussions and maintaining a very comprehensive Movie Maker website at . Show him your support by .

Windows Movie Maker 2 Zero to Hero "Movie Maker 2 - Zero to Hero "
Movie Maker 2 - Zero to HeroYou've seen the promises in the advertising, Microsoft's free Movie Maker 2 will make it simple to capture, edit and share your home movies. We agree, but how do you know where to start, or where you're going? The answer is Movie Maker 2: Zero to Hero, which will take you from filming (with easy tips to improve the quality) though editing and adding effects, to premiering your masterpiece to your friends and family. Read more about......

You'll learn how to produce professional looking films, with effects and transitions like those you see on TV, and how to show them off.



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