How to Use Windows Movie Maker As a Video Cutter

Windows Movie Maker is a wonderful tool for working on video and one of the best parts is that it’s free! Obviously, you can’t look at it in advanced tools like Sony Vegas or Adobe Movie Maker, however, if you are looking for something fundamental, really more than just fundamental video editing, Windows Movie Maker will not disappoint you.

At the moment, I’ll inform you of another ready-to-use concept that you should use the filmmaker to: use it as a video cutter.

So, let’s see how you should use Movie Maker as a video clipper to cut a section of any video. You recognize the scene in the movie that you need all the time to play repeatedly or that is part of the speech in a lecture. Is it higher to separate them into a separate video file so you can play and share them just not?

Before you begin, make sure that all necessary video codecs are installed on your system. If you don’t have them, I recommend that you install K-Lite media codecs before proceeding.

Right here we go.

Step 1: Start Windows Movie Maker and click Click here to search for videos and photos to search for and add the video you need to cut. You can also drag and dropyour video to add it.

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Step 2: After adding your video, wait for the Film Maker to review it. After reviewing the video, you will notice the frame in the timeline on the right side.

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Step 3: Now navigate to the specific frame of the video you want to set as a starting point. You must use the video timeline or the preview player.

Step 4: When the navigation bar is in the specific frame, right-click and choose Set starting point. Now repeat the same to define the End of the video in the context menu.

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Step 5: Now, preview your video to make sure you cut it to your needs. Once you’re sure, save the video using the option Save movie positioned in the main menu.

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Wait for Movie Maker to render your video and save to your system. You can even add the video on YouTube or send it to your friends via email.

I use the trick above to extract music videos from my ripped DVDs. The question is, how are you going to use the trick above? Tell us in the comments!

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