Windows Live Movie Maker - Use Slow Motion





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Published on Mar 28, 2011

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In this video, Mahalo Windows expert Sean Hewitt shows you how to use slow motion using Windows Movie Maker.

Slow Down/Speed Up a Whole Clip

Click on the clip you would like to speed up or slow down. Under the Video Tools tab, click on Edit then select Speed. From the drop down menu, choose how fast or slow you want the video to go.

Slow Down/ Speed Up Part of a Clip

If you just want to emphasize part of a video, place the vertical black cursor at the place where you want the slow down or speed up to begin. Press the M key on your keyboard to split the clip. Now click the place in the movie timeline where you want the speed up or slow down to end. Press M again. Click on the new section you've made and set the speed through the above process.

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