While adding transitions between clips I'm sure you've noticed the Pan and Zoom gallery. Pan and Zoom effects (also known famously as the Ken Burns effect) mean viewing a static image as if it is a motion picture. The panning and zooming of the picture brings the illusion of motion. Let’s get down to basics. Step 1. Select a photo. Step 2. Click on the Animations tab, then click the More button on the Pan and Zoom gallery. Step 3. Choose your effect. If you are not sure, you can choose the Automatic effect and Movie Maker will pick one at random. If you want the same effect applied to all your photos, you can click the Apply to all button in the Pan and Zoom ribbon area. Step 4. After that, you will see a small icon in the upper left corner of the photo in the storyboard frame.
Transition effects, widely used in video editing software like Windows Movie Maker, appear when one slide/clip replaces another one, improving your video editing skills. Movie Maker offers numerous transition styles including Diagonals, Dissolves, Patterns and Shapes, Reveals, Shatters, etc. But, do you know how to use Microsoft Movie Maker to add transitions between clips? The steps as follows: Select the clip to which you wish to add a transition. After selecting, you will find a blurred highlighted square.. Click the Animations tab on the ribbon toolbar to bring up the dozens of transition choices. Select the desired transition effect. You can hover your mouse over it to see what it looks like in the Preview window before selecting. Then, Movie Maker 2012 will automatically add the transition between the beginning of the selected clip and the end of the previous clip. You are able to adjust the duration of the transition from a quarter of a second to two seconds.
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