Windows Movie Maker - Importing a Picture as an Overlay
This is Windows XP with SP3. I am using Windows Movie Maker 2.1 to make slideshows or movies using images. Now what I am trying to do is I have a set of 20 images and a Sunset wallpaper. I want to leave this sunset image on the screen and want other 20 images to come and go over it slowing fading out. I know how to do the same with text but unable to figure out doing it with images.
Do anyone of you have done it ever before? Can you please provide me some tip? Thank you.
Re: Windows Movie Maker - Importing a Picture as an Overlay
Well i haven't done so much of R&D so far in Movie maker hence cannot recommend you anything about the same but as wanted to help and learn as well, i did a search and found some useful articles which i guess can help you out doing what you are trying to do. Have a look:
Split Video Transitions
Creating a Brady Bunch Effect 9-in-1
Go to...Editing Movies / XML Persian Section.....you'll find several links...
Custom Effects, Transitions and Title Overlays for Movie Maker 2
Creating Custom Effects and Transitions in Windows Movie Maker
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