Sasch Mayer: Nice tutorial... How the hell did you not get in trouble with Disney for running ads against the Star Wars opening fanfare? ;-)
Captain_Brandon: before you even put your text in it (a long time ago in a galaxy far far away...) the preview screen displays microsoft windows movie maker but there is nothing in the preview screen for me before or after i put any text in
remhigh: Hi there. I have a problem with the overlay thing. I can't access to "video effects" after draging titles in the overlay barret. How can I slow down the scroll then? I tried many options without succeed. Please help, and thanks for the video, wich is great by the way ;)
squilly: Thanks Spencer. maybe it went to your spam. I'll send again :-)
squilly: thanks very much, Spencer! Silly me :-)
squilly: Hi Spencer. Great stuff! What's the best way to contact you privately please? Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks
LegoLVPictures: Hi. Is this possible to do in WMW 6.0?
Friendly Poison: Thanks for the SW font link fella, working on a Star Wars Fanedit and that should be perfect for the opening crawl :-)
KK Leong: where can i move the text the the "title overlay" track and place a static image in the "video" track
Mohamed Sufiyaan: Star Jedi Hollow is not a font option in my version of Windows Movie Maker. Would a good alternative be Captain Picard's New Roman? GO STAR TREK!
Neon Defense385: the Star Wars logo... it suddenly doubles!! How can I fix it?
Son Goku: Doesnt Work i cant get the Long time ago text to appear pls help.
Evan Hammac: you're missing a crucial step...this isn't working. I follow your instructions and nothing pops up. I can overlay it on stars but then I cannot adjust the time of the effects. please help
Shahar Brenner: It's the older version of the windows movie maker. May you do a tutorial on the 2012 version ?
Muhd Zikri: dude may i ask u .i cant download window video maker 2.6 on window 8.1 so can i use in movie maker 2012??
Scooby SnackT100: that is awesome
Mark “L-iSkatenat” Farrugia: Great upload! Thanks
How to Create the Star Wars Opening Crawl in Windows Movie Maker5
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