Sure, why not! Wipes can even fix bad sizing/cropping or camera angle between shots. They’re a little less jarring than smashing to black, but far less jarring than a jump cut (although some jump cuts are done deliberately to good effect, as in the opening sequence to Dexter).
As I understand it, Windows Movie Maker does not have a frame rate you can set it to, but rather some other form of speed control via a timed interval. Using dedicated software is the first step to producing animation you’ll be happy with.
Windows Movie Maker really isn’t an animation program. WMM was designed for the general public to dabble…[Read more]