No, you can’t go down to Blockbuster, rent a DVD, take it home, and make a copy of it using Windows Live Movie Maker (WLMM). There. That answers about 80 percent of the questions I get about Windows Live Movie Maker. What? You don’t see Windows Live Movie Maker on your Window 7? That’s because you have to download and install it before you can use it. Even if you do see Windows Live Movie Maker on your Start ➪ All Programs menu, you should try to grab the latest version. Here you’ll know How to install windows live movie maker in window 7 latest version tutorial
Windows Live Movie Maker brings a stunted but barely usable video-editing workshop to your PC. You can use it to create anything from a few seconds of action — say, to dress up an e-mail message — to a full-length documentary about your kid’s first birthday party. Get the sound synchronization right and you could even toss together a decent music video, sell it to iTunes, and turn into an overnight sensation. Here’s how to get the latest windows live movie maker in window 7 latest version tutorial.
How to install windows live movie maker in window 7 latest version tutorial
Choose Start ➪ Getting Started ➪ Get Windows Live Essentials. If you can’t see Getting Started, choose Start ➪All Programs ➪ Getting Started. Windows 7 starts your Web browser and sends you to the Live Essentials download page, download.live.com. If you prefer, you can use any browser you like and go to download.live.com.
- Click Download. The Windows Live Installer, wlsetup-web.exe, is transferred to your computer. Double-click it or do whatever you need to do (depending on your browser) to run it.
- Select the box marked Movie Maker and deselect the others. Then click Install.
- The Windows Live installer downloads WLMM and sticks it on your computer. If you don’t yet have Windows Live Photo Gallery, you get a copy of that, too. Then Microsoft asks you to let it take over your Web search engine and home page and keep track of all your Windows activities, sending the details back to Mother Microsoft
- Unless you have an overwhelming urge to help Microsoft attain world domination in this decade, deselect all three check boxes and click Continue.
The final screen asks you to sign up for a Windows Live ID.
- If you truly want a Windows Live ID and don’t already have one, click Sign Up and follow the steps in Book V, Chapter 7 to create a completely bogus ID.
- If you have a Hotmail ID, a Messenger ID, an old Microsoft Passport ID, or an Xbox Online ID, you already have a Windows Live ID.
- Click Close.
Windows Live Movie Maker is now installed on your computer. You can’t see it yet, but it’s there.