Windows Live Movie Maker is a free program that allows you to create, edit, and share videos in a very simple and practical way.
In the following tutorial I will show you how to make a small video with Stop Motion using this software that comes included in the Windows Live Essentials package from Microsofts
For those who do not know what stop motion is, tell them that it is an animation technique that is generated image by image, simulating the movement of static objects through a series of chained still images. Obviously the fluidity of the effect will depend on the number of photos that have been taken per second, the greater the number of images the movement will be much more fluid.
Clarifying the definition of stom motion, let's go with the tutorial itself:
First of all we open Movie Maker and select the images that we want to use to create the effect and drag them to the video editor window. We will check how when dragging them they are already selected.
Click on the Video tools tab and in video duration we introduce a value depending on the number of images, for this example we will put 0.15
Next, we go to the animations tab and choose the chaining tab, which will chain one image to another creating the advanced video effect.
Now we only have to save the project by clicking on the first blue tab with a little arrow pointing down. Save movie, choosing the video configuration, depending on the use or the platform where we are going to use it.