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WindowsMovieMakers.net - tips and tutorials for using Windows Movie Maker

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Here's a review from CyberGuide that may help unleash the movie maker in all of us.




A long time ago, I praised Windows Movie Maker (included 'free' in Windows XP) as a superb home movie editing kit. I still think it does a fantastic job. I crave for the occasion to play with it...unfortunately, I hardy get time for it.


John "PapaJohn" Buechler, Microsoft MVP and author of Windows Movie Maker books, now has over 50 issues of online tutorials about using Windows Movie Maker and Photo Story 3. John usually goes well beyond the basics to show you how to get the most out of using Windows Movie Maker and Photo Story 3.


The site is packed full of ideas, tips and tricks. Just luv it!


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