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    Movie Maker 2 (5.1)

    I feel like such a dope! Can anyone explain to me (or refer me to a url) in plain english just how "collections" work?
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    Re: Movie Maker 2 (5.1)

    Can you give us a little more about what you've seen that's confusing you Colin? I don't use Movie Maker but there may be other Loungers who do, and it may be necessary to move this to the Software Forum. Give us a little more background, will ya? Thnx...

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    Re: Movie Maker 2 (5.1)

    Sorry. I've got a ton of video clips saved that people send me attached to emails. I thought it would be good to burn them to disc and get them off my hard drive because they take up a lot of space. I thought I could use Movie Maker to compile them together. The problem is getting them INTO Movie Maker. I thought I could just drag and drop them but that just creates a new 'collection'. (Maybe it should not be called that.)

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    Re: Movie Maker 2 (5.1)

    Open Movie Maker. From View menu select "Task Pane". On Task Pane under "1. Capture video" click "Import video". On the next screen navigate to your clips and click Open. Your clips then appear in Collection area. Drag and drop them into Storyboard on the bottom of Move Maker window. Repeat these steps for adding clips from different folders (from each folder a new Collection will be created). Follow next steps from Tasks.

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