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The Basics Of Putting Video On Your Website
By: Gary Ruplinger
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  • The Basics Of Putting Video On Your Website
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  • Setting Up...
  • Editing Your Video...
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    Step 3 – Editing Your Video

    Once you’ve finished recording your video, you’ll see your clip showing in the collections section of Windows Movie Maker. Click on the clip and drag the clip to the timeline at the bottom of the application. Once it shows in the timeline, you’re able to edit the length, and cut out parts. You can also add music or add a title screen and credits.

    Step 4 – Saving Your Video

    Once you’ve finished editing your video, you’re ready to save it. Just click save, and tell windows to save it in the best quality for playback on your computer format. This will keep the file from becoming huge and will make it much faster to upload.

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