Music can really set the tone of a film — whether it’s emotionally sweeping, exciting, or silly, it will add to your films, and help cover up minor bobbles and mistakes in your editing. I prefer to use muzak and polka, as everyone loves muzak and polka, right?
Just import music and drag it down to the Audio/Music line, cropping it off as you need to.
Since I was pretty well bounced, I’m going to poke a bit of fun at that with a cockpit shot and some smooth tune. Sinatra had a 9.6 on the “smooth” scale, so let’s hunt around our library. I’ll also show my bias towards the Allies by giving the bad guys some light music — good thing I scrounged up all that traditional German music!
Here it is, all put together with music and ready for final compiling:
Click on “Save to My Computer” and select a size.
Note: Our just over three-minute-movie is twenty-six and half megabytes!
I really like the .wmv format, even though it’s not as high fidelity as other formats simply because everyone with Windows can play it. As a stupid person I have found that I can spend many hours searching for a codec to play a must-see four-minute video.