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How to trim the ends of your video clips

You can trim the ends off your video clips ... and this is probably the easiest way to establish precise control of your clip timing. We could write down how to do this, but it is easier to watch a video of this.

The following film is from www.mightycoach.com  video training series "Introduction to Movie Maker 2" and is a screen captured video that walks you through volume-changing process.

This video is in Apple QuickTime format ... if you have problems watching it, you may need to download the latest (free) QuickTime player.


Watch the movie

Next: Adding Video Effects

You can find more useful home-video "tips and tricks" like this one at Mighty Coach - they even have an online-video course that teaches you to edit video on your home computer! www.mightycoach.com

 

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