440075ec97 While these features all without a doubt the most valuable for most users, my personal favorite is the ability to overlap images in the timeline, producing dissolves between JPEGs limited only by the length of the shorter duration of the two JPEGs being cross-faded. In an effort to simply the program, features like timeline and audio edits were removed along with the ability to overlay text on a video, among other things. If you've gotten the sense that product development is more about satisfying internal employees than users you've gotten the core point of all this.As you can see, there's a LOT working against the user who wantsspecific features to be in the final product. Flickr .. Windows 7 users can also view QuickTime MOV and QT files, AVCHD, and MPEG-4 video formats. - No autosave feature (I have to start over because it randomly freeze or crashed for no reason) - Blank black screen glitch (Occurs if I add too many video that is less than 1 sec long) - Can't put 2 captions or more at the same time.
-Barely anything can be done in the way of actually EDITING a video. The Buy option should least 6 Years. That's what happened to me anyway. All in all, Windows Live Movie Maker is decent freeware that lives up to its promise of making movies fast. However, its toolset and interface lack a certain sophistication that users of all levels would appreciate. jay Aug 26, 2011 at10:04PM how dumb do u hav to be not to figure how to work with a time line!? the old movie maker was too simple as it is. Please.