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Creating Movies with Windows Movie Maker 146 Windows Wisdom You can change the relative volume of the video track and the audio track by clicking the timeline's Set Audio Levels button (or select Edit, Audio Levels). In the Audio Levels dialog box, drag the slider to the left to increase the video track volume, or to the right to increase the audio track volume. 2. 3. 4. Make sure you're in the timeline view. Drag the sound clip from the Clips list and drop it on the audio track section of the workspace. Move the sound clip (by dragging it left or right along the audio track) as needed. Show Time: Playing the Movie As you edit the movie, you should play some or all of it back from time to time to make sure the result is what you wanted. Movie Maker offers two different ways to get set to play your movie: · In the storyboard or timeline, click a clip or select multiple clips. · In the timeline, click the timeline at the spot where you want playback to start. In either case, you then use the monitor's buttons (or the commands on the Play menu) to start and control the playback. If you just want to see the whole movie from the first clip to the last, select the Play, Play Entire Storyboard/Timeline command. Saving the Project and Movie As with any program, you should save your project as often as you can to avoid losing any work. To do that in Movie Maker, select File, Save Project, or press Ctrl+S. The first time you do this, Movie Maker asks you to enter a name for the project and to select a location (the default My Videos folder is ideal). Windows Wisdom