This one works on both ALL Windows Vista/Seven systems.
Windows Movie Maker and Movie Maker HD
Windows introduces a rich suite of tools that make it easier than ever to import, edit, manage, and share your digital home videos�including movies captured in the new high-definition video (HDV) format. Saving your videos to DVD and viewing them on stand-alone DVD players is a great way to share your creations with friends and family.
Windows Movie Maker introduces an easy and intuitive new interface that will help you turn your video memories into compelling videos. The improved effects and multiple transition options in Windows Movie Maker, together with the high-end graphics power of today's PCs, can help turn just about anyone into a movie director.
Loaded with tools, geared for fun.
Importing and organizing
When you connect a digital video or still camera, AutoPlay will detect the device and display the import wizard for digital video or digital still cameras. With digital video cameras, you have the option to automatically import from tape and burn directly to DVD.
Windows Movie Maker is closely integrated with Windows Photo Gallery. Imported videos are added to the Videos folder and can be managed right from Photo Gallery. Videos can be previewed, rated, and tagged with labels and comments. You can easily find memories using the rich sorting and filtering features in Windows Photo Gallery. Looking for pictures and videos from your daughter's last birthday party? Simply select the appropriate tag in the navigation page or use integrated Instant Search to filter and display photos and videos.
Making a home video from photos and videos you have on your PC is easy�you can access Windows Movie Maker directly from All Programs. Or, if you're in Windows Photo Gallery, select your pictures and video and then choose Make a Movie. This launches Windows Movie Maker, imports your content, and generates an AutoMovie, complete with titles, credits, and transitions. Of course, you also have the option to manually import and manipulate your content to create a totally unique production with custom effects and transitions.
Millions of people are now enjoying high-definition (HD) television in their homes. Now, using the Home Premium and Ultimate Windows Vista editions, you can edit content from high-definition cameras that support the HDV format. You can also edit native MPEG-2 content, the format used in commercial-release DVDs. HD content can be published to Windows Media HD for playback on PCs and on the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system. Windows Media HD can preserve high-definition quality while reducing overall file size, conserving hard-disk space.
New video rendering technology enables you to preview HD content in full-screen view and at full HD resolution, if your hardware supports it. Using the power of your PC's graphics processing unit (GPU) enables Windows Movie Maker to render HD quality for smoother overall performance, adjusting the size and resolution to deliver the best quality possible for your hardware.
Ready to share your movie? Publish to your PC in Windows Media (with a choice of 720p and 1080p high-definition formats), scale it for sending via e-mail, or burn it to DVD using Windows DVD Maker. After you've created your movies in Windows Movie Maker, you can view and manage all of your media in Windows Photo Gallery, and even incorporate video into your picture slide shows. Windows Photo Gallery can handle vast quantities of information without running out of memory, so you can import all your videos alongside thousands of digital photos.