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Chapter 12. Creating Movies with Windows... > A Tour of the Movie Maker Screen - Pg. 136

Creating Movies with Windows Movie Maker 136 As I write this, the only video dongle on the market is the USB VideoBus II, made by Belkin (see www.bel- I used this dongle to capture the video examples that I show in this chapter, so I can tell you that it works well (and, no, I didn't get paid to say that). A Tour of the Movie Maker Screen With all that out of the way, it's time to start making some digital movies. To get Movie Maker rolling, first click Start to open the Start menu. If you see an icon for Windows Movie Maker, go ahead and click it; if not, select All Programs, Accessories, Windows Movie Maker. XP releases the Windows Movie Maker window onto the screen. Figure 12.2 shows the Movie Maker window with a movie project already on the go to help you understand the various parts of the program.