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Hour 23. Making Movies with Windows XP > Some Movie Maker Terminology

Some Movie Maker Terminology

Movie Maker uses special video terms to refer to parts of a video production. You need to understand Movie Maker's terminology to use Movie Maker properly. Fortunately, the terms are fairly common and most people will know most of them already.

A video is a set of frames, or single pictures, linked together to produce, when viewed frame-after-frame, a movie. A still image is a single frame; a digital camera shoots still images just as your regular 35mm camera does. Movie Maker enables you to place still images in your videos to stop the action temporarily. In addition, you can save still images from single frames where you stop a video's playback.


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