Microsoft 3D Movie Maker Microsoft Kids 1995

Using this program, directors are able to place 3D characters in pre-made environments, add actions, sound effects, music, text, speech, and special effects then show these movies off to friends, family, and the world. The program features two helper characters to guide users through the various features of the program. The character McZee provides help throughout the studio while his assistant Melanie provides various tutorials. Creating animation in 3D Movie Maker is a straightforward process, allowing younger users to create movies with ease. By default, 40 actors/actresses are available, each with 4 different costumes and a number of actions, as well as 20 different props. Eleven different scenes are available to the user, each containing several different camera angles. Many sample voice and MIDI music clips are included, but extra voices can be recorded using a microphone, and external wav and MIDI files can be imported. The way movies are made in 3D Movie Maker is not like that of, for example, a video camera. A video camera works by recording images (frames) in quick succession. 3D Movie Maker stores the positions of the characters and objects for each frame. It moves at about 6 to 8 frames per second, which makes the movies choppier than expected. The finished movie, however, can only be viewed inside 3D Movie Maker using the virtual auditorium or the studio, unless converted to a video file format with a third-party utility. There is the option to explore the backstage area in a first person perspective and on a little scavenger hunt which entails finding missing pages from a talent book.
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Trial Demo ( @ Microsoft.com)
ISO Demo (uploaded by Old_Schooler)
Expansion Pack 1 (v0.18), Doraemon Expansion Pack + Translation, Nickelodeon Expansion Pack 6.81MB / 16.7+8.45MB / 39.71MB (uploaded by 3dmm studio)


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