How can I create chroma key in windows movie maker?
28 Feb 07
No, chroma key is something else. Is the effect also called "blue screen replacement". A subject is filmed in front of a big, one color screen (usually blue, but any other color is just as good, because it shouldn't be on the subject), and then, in editing, another video or image is added into the first video by replacing the coloured screen (the one colour area) with the desired video/picture. It's oftenly used to braodcast weatherforecasts.
24 Feb 07
I heard that it is, but I'm not sure how they do it! It has something to do with writing a file in .xml or .xms format (I'm not sure; I don't know what those even mena). You would have to place these files in some folder in the windows movie maker root folder down in program files. You should look it up on the net, because, again, I was too lazy to perform accordingly.:P