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#37 rhedd

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Posted 22 October 2008 - 03:15 AM

WHEEEEE...N EXCITE NAMAN PO AKO...

KASO PANO PO MAG-ADD NG OWN LOGO..KZ WEN I COPIED D ZIP FILE ANDUN NA YUNG SG LOGO PATI KAY SHERYNREGIS...HEHEHHE..NASA LOGO WATERMARK OPTION CLA..

SALAMT PO NGA MARAMIIIIIIII...


#38 Baby Nique

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Posted 27 October 2008 - 11:59 PM

wow! ang galeng! :) hehehe

#39 mirk

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 06:40 AM

With SC's. :)
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1. Download this WinRar file - D/L Here
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[to download winrar software] Click Here

2. Copy the downloaded file - 'Shared', then paste it in C:\Program Files\Movie Maker, well it depends on where did the system put your movie maker folder, in some cases it's either D:\ or E:\.
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3. Right click in the file and select Extract Here, if prompted select Yes to All.
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4. Open Windows Movie Maker in your Desktop, Start Menu or in Start>Run typing moviemk.exe.

5. Import the video you wanted to watermark by browsing it in File>Import Into Collections or by simply pressing Ctrl+I.
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6. Drag the video to 'Timeline'.
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7. On the left side, you can see 2. Edit movie, click it then select 'Make titles or credits'. Then select 'Add title on the selected clip'.
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8. Press space in the first line to un-black 'Done, add title to movie' then click 'Change the title animation'.
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9. Under 'Titles, Two lines', choose the first logo watermark. Click 'Done, add title to movie'.
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10. Sometimes, the watermark won't mark itself to the whole clip. Stretch it according to how long your video clip is by dragging and lengthening it.
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11. Now go to File>Save Movie File. You'll realize what to do next.

..and you're done. :)

Edited by mirk, 10 August 2009 - 06:42 AM.


#40 outrigger

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 04:10 PM

^ thanks for the screencaps mirk!

kuyaC, may inaadjust po ba sa settings kung Vista ginagamit?

#41 sarah_geronimitis_patient

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 04:55 PM

sipag talaga ni techie mj! :T supah thanks mirk!

#42 reenstar19

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Posted 21 August 2009 - 06:30 AM

worship kuya mj!

#43 epoL

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Posted 21 August 2009 - 12:16 PM

wow! salamat mirk! can i ask, vista ba gamit mo? hindi kasi lumalabas saken yun LOGO WATERMARK sa animation option..

#44 mirk

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 02:54 AM

^XP po gamit ko. :)

#45 epoL

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 03:33 AM

^XP po gamit ko. :)


ic. wala un LOGO WATERMARK sa list ng animation..

#46 mirk

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 04:08 AM

^Try re-entering the files inside the .rar file po. Or open the .rar file and manually copy it and paste it in the Movie Maker folder.

#47 Jheanna

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Posted 03 September 2009 - 05:14 AM

With SC's. :)
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1. Download this WinRar file - D/L Here
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[to download winrar software] Click Here

2. Copy the downloaded file - 'Shared', then paste it in C:\Program Files\Movie Maker, well it depends on where did the system put your movie maker folder, in some cases it's either D:\ or E:\.
Posted Image

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3. Right click in the file and select Extract Here, if prompted select Yes to All.
Posted Image

4. Open Windows Movie Maker in your Desktop, Start Menu or in Start>Run typing moviemk.exe.

5. Import the video you wanted to watermark by browsing it in File>Import Into Collections or by simply pressing Ctrl+I.
Posted Image

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6. Drag the video to 'Timeline'.
Posted Image

7. On the left side, you can see 2. Edit movie, click it then select 'Make titles or credits'. Then select 'Add title on the selected clip'.
Posted Image

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8. Press space in the first line to un-black 'Done, add title to movie' then click 'Change the title animation'.
Posted Image

9. Under 'Titles, Two lines', choose the first logo watermark. Click 'Done, add title to movie'.
Posted Image

10. Sometimes, the watermark won't mark itself to the whole clip. Stretch it according to how long your video clip is by dragging and lengthening it.
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11. Now go to File>Save Movie File. You'll realize what to do next.

..and you're done. :)




WOW... Super gaLing.. Thanx fOr sharing...
Now iniisip kO nMan kung panu nio po ngawa yan... Screenshot po ba?
Galing... hehehe... Thanx po dito.. nka 2long skin to ng malaki...

:142sgThumb2: :20sgClap:

#48 angelll

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Posted 09 September 2009 - 03:26 PM

w0w!.,tnx po sa tutorial!.,
pero may prob po ako in extracting the shared file.
pag ieextract ko na po siya sa wmm folder.,
may lumalabas na "YOU DONT HAVE WRITE PERMISSION TO THAT FOLDER, PLEASE SELECT ANOTHER AND TRY AGAIN"
pano po toh??.,ang pangopen ko po ng .rar files is bit zipper.,

tnx po!.,sana matulungan niyo po ako!,.

Edited by angelll, 09 September 2009 - 03:50 PM.





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