Combine Two Mp3 Files Together In Windows Movie Maker

Windows Movie Maker allows you to edit your home videos.

Windows Movie Maker is a program for creating videos and slide shows. It includes several tools for editing your pictures and videos and setting them to music. You can add MP3 files or other audio to your video clips or still photos. Windows Movie Maker is basic editing software, so you don’t have as many tools as you would with a more comprehensive editor, but it works well for the amateur video maker.


1. Click on “Add Videos and Photos” under the “Home” tab. Choose a photo or video from your folders to add to your project. You can add as many or as few as you like. You must add at least one photo or video to create a project and add music.

2. Click on “Add Music” from the menu tab. Choose the MP3 files you would like to put together.

3. Click on the “Project” tab at the top of the screen. Choose “Fit to Music” in the audio section. This will allow the photo(s) and video(s) to continue playing until the music is finished. As soon as your first song ends, the second song starts.

4. Right-click on the title of the song in the green strip above the film strips. Select “Split” from the menu. Continue to “split” your two songs until they are in several sections. There can be up to four sections per strip.

5. Click on a section of green strip and drag it where you wish it to go. You can move the sections of song along the top of the film strips and mix them together. It may take a little practice to do this. You can play from any point on the strip to check which sections are together if you are not sure which part of the song you moved.

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6. Click on the “Movie Maker” tab at the top left of the screen. Select “Save Project” from the drop-down menu to save your combined MP3 files.