DID YOU KNOW?
The first single-lens camera that got movies started got its patent in 1888? This was by a French inventor named Louis Le Prince. The first moving picture show was a homemade movie done by Max and Emil Skladanowsky. They were the first to make movies for paying audiences throughout Europe. Silent movies ruled the early years of cinema. The most significant early movie is generally regarded German masterpiece “Metropolis.” It released back in 1927 and took several years and the use of special effects on the film. The ability to put sound on the actual movie film got its patent by American Lee De Forest in 1919. Along with the help of inventor Theodore Case, De Forest and debuted and first heard in 1927. The rest, as they say, is history.
Today's best movies come in all sorts of formats and resolutions. As well as paired with amazing sound effects and designs. Today's amateur film-makers have an assortment of tools at their disposal. Cameras and sound mics nowadays are capable of capturing high-quality video and audio. Add to this the wealth of movie-making apps available in the market right now. Creating your own movie is easier now more than ever. If you use a Windows machine, then, you're in luck. Windows Movie Maker has become quite capable and appealing for movie-making needs. If you need a bit more control and functionality, you're covered as well. Being the world's most popular OS, it has access to great third-party apps. This includes plenty of alternatives to Windows Movie Maker too, of course.