4. To import selected parts of your footage, click the ‘Only import parts of the videotape to my computer’ option and choose Next. On the ‘Cue the videotape and then start importing video’ page, choose a starting point using your camera’s controls or the Camera Controls under ‘Import video’. Click ‘Start video import’.
5. When the process reaches the point where you want to stop importing video, click Stop Video Import. Repeat this with each clip. Don’t worry if you import footage that you don’t want – you can discard it later. You can split up imported clips as much as you like once they are in Movie Maker and delete as much as you need.
6. Movie Maker supports a large number of video, audio and image file formats. To import files stored on your PC, choose File, Import Media Items. You can also drag files from the Photo Gallery into Movie Maker. Choosing Make a Movie in Photo Gallery automatically adds credits, titles and transitions.