If your Windows PC does not come with this pre-installed program, you can download it from the page Microsoft itself can do a Power Point presentation, you will find that this program and Movie Maker are nearly identical in format and structure. In PowerPoint, ustede added a series of photos and text to make a presentation and Movie Maker adds sound and video clips to make a short film almost exactly the same way. When they begin to use Movie Maker can be learn the basics by following a series of step-by-step instructions on the Web site of Microsoft Movie Maker. It was there that I learned. Many of the instructions are accompanied by video clips short way so that you can see what exactly are showing. Just click on this link to go to in this page will see a series of steps, the first of which is called The Basics Videos: See what you can do with Windows Movie Maker (basics Videos: look what you can do with Windows Movie) Maker).If you follow these steps and view the video clips may learn how to create and edit a good video in around 20 or 30 minutes. So this is a matter of experimenting with their own video clips so you can upload them and place them in the network.
I had not participated in a video contest. The Guardarenas contest is the first for me. It took me like 20 minutes in total learning program (using the pages mentioned above) and another hour and a half to experiment with editing some video clips that had. In only 2 hours I had my first movie ready to show online!Actually, it is very easy to use Movie Maker. Once you have taken the time to learn the basics of the program, I assure you that they will be excited with the program and will become very creative. I would recommend them also if in their groups they have one or two students with skills in computers, to encourage them to learn the Movie Maker program and experience taking and editing video clips short. A measure that students capture the concepts of editing videos, the program using them will be even faster and easier than a teachers original author and source of the article.