Using Windows Live Movie Maker & Handbrake To Edit Your Private Label Rights Videos
When you are ready to re-brand or edit your private label rights videos you need the proper tools.
One such tool is not only free but there is a good chance you already have installed on your computer…if you are a Windows use that is.
This program is called Windows Live Movie Maker.
It is the updated version of the older Windows Movie Maker.
It is a great tool for editing & producing videos. It has its drawbacks but you cannot beat the price – It’s FREE!
With The Windows Live Movie Maker, you can add
images, audio & even more video to your video source files.
You can remove certain parts of the video and replace it with other elements like images and other video snippets.
There are loads of built-in items like animations and other visual effects. Plus the ability to create & add opening and closing or title and credits screens right from inside the program.
Once you have made your edits and produce your video, it comes out as a WMV video file. If you are wanting to convert that to an MP4 video file, there are lots of choices both paid for and free for you to choose from.
I’ve added a few videos here that cover both the use of Windows Live Movie Maker to edit your source video files and an awesome FREE video converter to convert your WMV video files into MP4 video files.
The first 2 videos are on using Windows Live Movie Maker to edit your video and produce it into your new WMV video file. The first one is a shorter less detailed version of the second video which covers more editing & production features.
The third video is introducing you to converting your videos from WMV to MP4. I show you some quick & easy settings for a FREE program called Handbrake. Follow these settings and your MP4 videos will be web-optimized and should play on most any device or browser.
So here are the videos and please after viewing, let me know what you think. If you have any comments or questions just let me know by leaving a comment below.
The Shorter Less Detailed Version
The Longer More Detailed Version
Using Handbrake To Convert WMV To MP4
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- Steve Dougherty