Windows Movie Maker (known as Windows Live Movie Maker for the 2009 and 2011 releases) is a discontinued video editing software program by Microsoft. It was a part of Windows Essentials software suite and offered the ability to create and edit videos as well as to publish them on OneDrive, Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube, and Flickr.
Movie Maker and Video Editor. このバージョンの最新情報. New features in version 2.8.x: - Multi-line text overlay - Time-lapse quick tool added to make time-lapse videos - Visual Effects quick tool added with 10+ effects like: fireworks, bubbles, snowing flakes, falling leaves, confetti, etc.
Windows 10、Windows 10 Mobile、Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub)、HoloLens 向けの Microsoft Store からこのアプリをダウンロードします。スクリーンショットを確認し、最新のカスタマー レビューを読んで、Movie Maker & Video Editor for Windows の評価を比較してください。
Windows Essentials アプリのサポートは 2017 年 1 月 10 日に終了しました。ムービー メーカーのダウンロードを提供する Web サイトでは、承認済み Microsoft 製品が提供されていません。
Windows 10の「フォト」アプリが新しくなりました。撮った写真の整理や編集はもちろん、スライドショー作りやビデオ編集にもお使い頂けるようになりました。Windows Movie Makerでビデオ編集を楽しんだみなさまなら、フォトをきっと気に入っていただけると思います。
Eine leistungsfähige Alternative zum Movie Maker für Windows. Movavi Video Editor.
The first release of Windows Movie Maker was included with Windows ME on September 14, 2000. Version 1.1 was included in Windows XP a year later, and included support for creating DV AVI and WMV 8 files. Version 2.0 was released as a free update in November 2002, and added a number of new features.
With the discontinuation of the Windows Live brand (and the re-branding of the Windows Live suite as Windows Essentials), Windows Movie Maker 2012 was released in April 2012. Support for recording voice-overs was restored, along with an audio mixer and integration with several free stock music services.
There are in all 49 effects and 63 transitions. They are applied by using a drag and drop interface from the effects or transitions folders. Early versions (V2 onwards) of Windows Movie Maker had a flexible interface so programming custom effects and other content were possible via XML.
Example include allowing control of brightness, contrast or hue, but other more dramatic effects are available, such as giving an 'old time' flickering black and white feel. Versions 2.x included in Windows XP includes 60 transitions, 37 effects, 34 title and 9 credits animations.
Movie Maker was officially removed for download on January 10, 2017. Like Windows Photo Gallery from Windows Essentials, Movie Maker is now replaced by the Microsoft Photos App included in Windows 10, which includes Video Editor (formerly Windows Story Remix ).
Discontinuation and replacement. Movie Maker was officially removed for download on January 10, 2017. Like Windows Photo Gallery from Windows Essentials, Movie Maker is now replaced by the Microsoft Photos App included in Windows 10, which includes Video Editor (formerly Windows Story Remix ).
Movie Maker was officially discontinued on January 10, 2017 and it is replaced by Microsoft Story Remix which is built in with Microsoft Photos in Windows 10 .
In the XP version, import and real-time capture of video from an analog source such as a VCR, tape-based analog camcorder or webcam is possible. This feature is based on Windows Image Acquisition.
Windows Movie Maker 2012 introduced the default ability to export in H.264 MP4 format. Video can be exported back to the video camera if supported by the camera. Movie Maker also allows users to publish a finished video on video hosting websites. Windows Movie Maker can also be used to edit and publish audio tracks.
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