About Windows Live Movie Maker
Windows Live Movie Maker (codename Sundance) is video creating/editing software that is a part of Microsoft’s Windows Live initiative. It is intended to replace Windows Movie Maker that is currently included in Windows Vista. Windows Live Movie Maker is not compatible with versions of Microsoft Windows prior to Windows Vista.
Windows Live Movie Maker is a complete rewrite of the Windows Movie Maker application. Focusing on the needs of general users, the streamlined design consists largely in the reduction of features considered unimportant to general users. The program includes a redesigned ribbon interface.
Windows Live Movie Maker allows users to publish videos to Windows Live SkyDrive, Facebook, YouTube, and Flickr, as well creating HD videos. However, it has received criticism over its removal of most of the features of the older versions, particularly the timeline.
The final version of Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 was released with the final version of Windows Live Essentials 2011 on September 30, 2010. Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 also reintroduces the ability (which was missing from the previous version of Movie Maker) to add files to your project that are stored on network devices, such as servers.
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