Working with audio
Windows Movie Maker lets you work with audio in a variety of ways. Some of the different audio-related tasks you can perform in Windows Movie Maker include the following.
- Narrate the timeline. Add an audio narration to narrate the video clips or pictures that appear on the Video track of the timeline. Your audio narration is automatically synchronized with the video, so the narration describes the action or event in your movie as it plays back.
- Adjust audio levels. Adjust the audio levels so you can determine the audio balance and playback when you have audio that appears on the Audio and Audio/Music tracks on the timeline.
- Add audio effects. Add different audio effects such as a fade in, fade out, or mute.
- Adjust the volume of audio clips. Adjust the volume of audio for audio-only clips or the audio portion of a video clip. This lets you adjust the volume of the audio for clips so that it can be clearly heard or not heard, depending the volume level you specify for the audio clip.