Hello everyone! I would like to further investigate something discussed in today's class. While the class offered many interesting points regarding our final movie project, one of my major concerns was on how to synch the audio and video clips properly while editing to ensure a clean and precise final product. While Windows Movie Maker has a "Timeline View" where one can adjust the length of a given clip by dragging from the right, I was looking for a more precise way to set the length of the clip.
In iMovie on our lab Apple Computers, one can precisely adjust the timeline by double-clicking on an image or video clip and choosing a length of time that this particular clip will remain playing. I was extremely giddy when this was brought to my attention and hopeful that Windows Movie Maker would contain the same feature!
Alas, when I arrived home and brought up Movie Maker to test this procedure, I found that double-clicking on a clip in the "Timeline View" does absolutely nothing of use. I am going to try to scour some web searches and forums for a good solution to this conundrum. In the meantime, any suggestions here would be most welcome! Thank you!