Windows Movie Maker is an excellent tool to work on videos and the best part is that it’s free! Obviously, you can’t compare it to the advanced tools like Sony Vegas or Adobe Movie Maker but if you are looking for some basic, in fact more than just basic video editing then Windows Movie Maker will not disappoint you.
Previously we have discussed how you can quickly create a movie from your photos using the Movie Maker tool and today I will tell you another out of the box idea that you can use the movie maker for: using it as a video cutter.
So lets see how you can use the Movie Maker as a video cutter to cut out a segment from any video. You know that movie scene you always want to play repeatedly or that part of the speech in a talk. Better to separate them in a separate video file so that you could play and share them easily no?
Before you start, make sure you have all the necessary video codecs installed on your system. If you don’t have them, then I recommend you to install K-Lite media codecs before you continue any further.
Here we go.
Step 1: Launch Windows Movie Maker and click on Click here to browse for videos and photos to browse and add the video you want to cut. You can also drag and drop your video to add it.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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