The LomoKino makes all the wonderful possibilities of 35mm film photography available to the world of movie making. Cross-processed comedy? Redscale romance? Black & White drama? Sure you can! Whether you choose to create experimental stop motion or fantastic montage movies, it's possible with a LomoKino. We have prepared a step-by-step guide to get you started.
Creating a LomoKino Video with Windows Movie Maker
It’s easy – follow the step by step by watching the video below:
Installing Windows Live Movie Maker
If you don’t have Windows Live Movie Maker on your computer, just search for it in your search bar and follow the link.
When the browser opens, click on the ‘Download Now’ button and save the file on your computer.
Double click on the downloaded file and the installation will begin.
You can choose not to install some of the software which comes with Windows Live Essentials – To make a LomoKino video you only need Photo Gallery and Movie Maker.
#The installation process may take some time depending on your internet connection speed.
Making Your LomoKino Movie
Once the installation is complete, open Windows Live Movie Maker through the search bar or by selecting it from the programs list.
Click on the right side window and browse for your LomoKino photos. Select them all by holding the ‘shift’ key or pressing ‘Ctrl + A’
Go to the ‘Edit’ tab and enter ‘0.25’ in the duration field (this is the lowest duration that can be entered)
Go the ‘Project’ tab and select the 16:9 aspect ratio – Widescreen (16:9) will have smaller black bars than Standard (4:3) when uploaded.
You can press the ‘Play’ button on the left side window and preview your LomoKino video
Go to the ‘Home’ tab and save your movie – Select one of the predefined options, name your movie and save it.
#The saving process will begin and when it’s finished you can play your movie!
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