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Create films with a video editor - Microsoft Support
You can create your own videos in Windows. For fast and simple editing, we've added Clipchamp as the official Microsoft video editor. Microsoft Clipchamp comes preinstalled on Windows 11 devices. To open Clipchamp, go to the search box on the taskbar, type Clipchamp, and select it from the results.
Movie Maker is not available for download on Windows 10
Windows Movie Maker is no longer supported by Microsoft and cannot be downloaded. Learn how to use the Photos app or other video creation and editing apps instead.
Movie Maker download is not available on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1
Windows Movie Maker, part of Windows Essentials 2012, is no longer available for download. Websites that offer free downloads of Movie Maker are not offering the real thing, and those downloads may contain malware, viruses, or hidden costs. You may want to consider upgrading to Windows 10.
Windows Essentials - Microsoft Support
For similar features, you can upgrade to Windows 10. For example, the latest version of the Photos app allows you to create and edit videos with music, text, motion, filters, and 3D effects. Visit Microsoft Store for more video creation and editing apps.
Windows Live Essentials 2011 - Microsoft Support
Graphics or video card: Windows Live Movie Maker requires a video card that supports DirectX 9 or higher and Shader Model 2 or higher. For Photo Gallery and Movie Maker: Some required components of DirectX 9 may be installed for you if they're not already on your computer.
Downloads for Windows - Microsoft Support
Plug-ins or add-ons add functionality—such as audio effects or DVD capability—to Windows Media Player. Visit this personalization page to surround yourself with the things you love. If you use Windows 10, it's easier to use the Microsoft Store below to download desktop themes.
Edit photos and videos in Windows - Microsoft Support
Edit photos and videos in Windows. Whether you like to apply changes that affect your photo's quality, feel, and look—or you want to add information on top of your photos, the Photos app in Windows gives you all kinds of options for getting your photos and videos looking their best.
Turn your presentation into a video - Microsoft Support
When you want to give a high-fidelity version of your presentation to colleagues or customers (either as an e-mail attachment, published to the web, on a CD or DVD), save it and let it play as a video. You can save your presentation as either an MPEG-4 video file (.mp4) or a .wmv file.
Applies To: PowerPoint for Microsoft 365, PowerPoint 2021, PowerPoint 2019, PowerPoint 2016
Get Windows Media Player - Microsoft Support
Windows Media Player is available for Windows-based devices. Use this table to find the right version of the Player for your system. (If you've got a Mac, you can download Windows Media Components for QuickTime to play Windows Media files.)
Manage photos and videos with Windows Photos app
This version of Windows Photos app offers a convenient and user-friendly way to view, import, organize, edit, and share photos and videos on Windows devices. Users can also utilize the new Photos app to access media files stored on OneDrive and iCloud.