Windows Movie Maker Alternatives

Windows Movie Maker, Microsoft’s free video editing software, has beenĀ discontinued and is no longer available. Some companies are capitalizing on this gap and offering software that masquerades as Windows Movie Maker, prompting users to pay for it. If you come across an offering for Windows Movie Maker, it is most likely illegitimate.

There are several free alternatives to Movie Maker. One recommendation is the open source editorĀ Shotcut. Visit their official website.

As a reminder, students can always use the Parker Media Lab in Dimond 237 to complete their video projects without need for their own computer. Visit the lab or call 862-1747 for more information.

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