|May 5, 2003 at 11:13 pm #2324|
Does anyone know how to make subtitles using windows movie maker 2? It would help a lot, since a lot of the humor in my movie comes from what they are saying in a different language. If not, then can you suggest another program that does?
|May 6, 2003 at 12:35 am #2336|
Well, you can use Videomach, however with WMM2 you do this:
Click the clip you want the Subtitle on, then select “Make Titles or Credits” on the leftside menu.
Then select “Title on the selected clip in the timeline”
Type your text in, then select “Change the title animation”
Then from the menu, select, on the -titles, one line- section, “Subtitle” descrip “Subtitle at bottom (Overlay)”.
After that , click “Done, add title to movie” and there you have it
|May 6, 2003 at 12:50 am #2338|
You mean that the language and the subtitles add to the jokes?
|May 6, 2003 at 2:10 am #2347|
this is the situation:
the gang is robbing a train, but the passengers don’t speak english. A gang member tries to speak their language, and he says something he didn’t mean. If a subtitle isn’t there to explain what he’s saying, it wouldn’t be funny and you would be confused.
sorry to not make that clear in my other post.
|May 6, 2003 at 2:32 am #2349|
Dude now this film better be good when it comes out..that sounds
|May 6, 2003 at 2:52 am #2353|
i’ve already filmed two scenes out of about eleven, so there’s a very small chance that i’m going to give up now. I’m estimating from a month to two and a half, at the very latest.
|May 6, 2003 at 4:42 am #2355|
yolegoman, i hate to sound so stupid, but what do you mean by a leftside menu?
|May 6, 2003 at 11:59 am #2367|
first, did you know you can edit posts, dandenmark?
Open up WMM2.
Maximize it to full screen.
On the LEFT MIDDLE side of the screen, their is a MENU. It says:
The Edit Movie section should be maximized by clicking the ^ arrow next to Edit Movie. If the arrow is ^, then you are doing fine. if it is down, click it again and the Edit menu should expand to show more options.
It should say:
Click “Make titles or credits” from the menu you JUST expanded.
The menu will be gone, and their will be a new window saying
Select ‘Title on the selected clip in the movie’
Type in what the guy is supposed to say.
THEN, AND MOST IMPORTATNLY,
Select CHANGE TITLE ANIMATION.
The Default is fade in, fade out on ‘titles, two lines’, you want ‘subtitle’ on ‘titels, one line’. select that, then select done, add title to movie, and your title will appear in the window beow, IF you have your timeline set to timeline, and not storyboard. for that matter, don’t ask anymore, just look at the help manual!
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