Play song while viewing photo

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by jaygreg, May 5, 2009.

  1. jaygreg

    jaygreg Guest

    My Vista multimedia machine is brand new. Still exploring. Stumbled upon -
    and watched video on - Windows Movie Maker (WMM). I have a photo I inserted
    on a Word document then added text at the bottom. I want the file to trigger
    a song when the Word document is opened. WMM looks like the tool I need to
    accomplish this task. I've never downloaded a song before. I think Rhapsody
    is a reputable source with regard to assuring I'm legal and being protected
    against malicious downloads (correct me if I'm wrong). The song will cost me
    a buck and I assume the procedure is pretty straight forward. I want to tie
    that song to the file. That's where Move Maker comes in I guess.

    Will the party I send the resulting file to need to have Windows Movie Maker
    to view the result? Any other tips you can provide would be appreciated.
    jaygreg, May 5, 2009
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  2. jaygreg

    John Inzer Guest

    Movie Maker will create a .wmv movie file that
    can be viewed in Windows Media Player.

    If your photo and music files are in the correct
    formats you can import them into Movie Maker
    and perform the task you described.

    Maybe the following links will get you started:
    When your project is will have
    to 'Publish' it to create the video clip...see the
    article below on Publishing for instructions.

    Windows Vista
    Getting started with
    Windows Movie Maker

    Windows Vista -
    Import video files, pictures,
    and audio into Windows Movie Maker
    (compatible formats)

    Windows Vista -
    Importing files into Windows Movie
    Maker: frequently asked questions

    Windows Vista -
    Publish a movie in
    Windows Movie Maker
    John Inzer, May 5, 2009
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