Which movie maker version is it possible to...?

In which version of windows movie maker can you put a video in the title overlay? I know it is possible because I did it with one of the old versions on my other computer, but when I threw it out I didn't remember to check. Any form of help would be greatly appreciated!

thegeeke2 years ago
It should be possible on all of the newer versions... just download the latest version (windows live movie maker). I don't use Movie Maker any more... there are a whole lot of better programs out there... some of them aren't that expensive.
earthquakegames (author)  thegeeke2 years ago
I looked at every possible place in live movie maker, and I can't find anything that will bond two videos. Could you lead me in a direction so I know where to look?
Thanks a tun!
What do you mean by "bond two videos"? Do you mean do something like a PiP? (which is normally done with video tracks.) Movie Maker never had "true" video tracks... they had titles that you could have text that you could overlay onto a video, but you never had true video tracks.

Maybe if you explain the look you are trying to achieve, I would understand better. :)
earthquakegames (author)  thegeeke2 years ago
Lets say the picture below originally was two separate photographs, but someone edited them together and they came out as it looks currently. I would like to do that with my videos. The final product I would like in the video I'm making is to have two me's in the same scene. I hope this helps!
OK, I know exactly what you are trying to do, but that was never doable on movie maker. I hate to say it, but movie maker has always been a pretty sorry program, and really hasn't gotten any better over the years. There was a semi-decent free program called debugmode wax 2.0, but it wasn't stable, and the newest OS I was able to make it work on was XP. In reality, video programs are what I spend most of my money on, so I'm not really up to date with the freeware out there for video, but the last time I looked, movie maker was considered the best free program for Windows. :( The cheapest program that I know of that can do what you want is Cyberlink PowerDirector. Even though I have adobe premier, adobe after effects, Vegas, etc. I still use PowerDirector for most of my edits... I really do like it. It runs about $80 ish, I would recommend at least version 8 or better. The GUI is similar to Movie Maker, so there isn't as much of a learning curve to it as with other editors.

Feel free to ask me if you have any more questions... I'm sorry I wasn't really able to help you find the answer you were looking for. :(
earthquakegames (author)  thegeeke2 years ago
I'll try wax 2.0. Thanks for all your help, you really know your stuff!
thegeeke2 years ago
No problem! Sorry I wasn't able to be of more help! :(