With Windows Movie Maker you can make fun homemade videos. You can create, edit and share your recordings in the computer. You can elaborate your own films with easy clicking and dragging actions, erase the bad images and include the best ones.
Here's a simple narrated introduction to Movie Maker.
(Note: otherwise MM cannot point to the media and you get the red crosses showing.)
Give this collection a relevant title - it will be the place to import your media.
Note: the videos may import into their own collection areas, depending on the version of MM you are using.
Note: save frequently during the building of your movie project
Select each piece of media from the collections and drag down onto the timeline. MM will guide you with a blue placement line and you can then drop the media clip into place.
Note: Best to work with a segment of the movie at a time to allow space for transitioning, special effects, music placement, audio fades and volume.
Preview frequently to check for sequencing and overall presentation.
Allow some time for this 'rendering' process as you will have a substantial amount of media involved.
You can then upload your movie to your selected repository or gallery.
See the tutorials on Ning for the uploading process.