Edit video with Windows Movie Maker Video Converter freely

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Edit video with Windows Movie Maker Video Converter freely

Postby dancemli » Fri Jul 13, 2012 2:47 am

Windows Movie Maker is a video creating/editing software application, included in Microsoft Windows Me, XP, and Vista. It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie. The accepted formats for import are .WMV/.ASF, .MPG (MPEG-1), .AVI (DV-AVI), .WMA, .WAV, and .MP3. Additionally, the Windows Vista Home Premium and Ultimate editions of Movie Maker support importing MPEG-2 Program streams and DVR-MS formats. Importing of other container formats such as MP4/3GP, FLV and MOV, MIDI, AIFF, AAC and SWF are not supported even if the necessary DirectShow decoders are installed.

But what about other format video, like flv, mod, mp4, mts, etc, you can't import these video to Windows Movie Maker directly. How to import video to Windows Movie Maker for editing if the video isn't supportted for WMM? It's a headache problem for most of the WMM fans, is there a way to import video to WMM which the format WMM don't suppor? The answer is yes.

Doremisoft Windows Movie Maker Converter can take videos from all sources and make them usable for Windows Movie Maker. Here is a guide on how to convert video to windows movie maker.

Launch video converter for windows movie maker. Choose the video you want to convert and open the file. Once you do this, it is time to choose an output format. In order to convert video to Windows Movie Maker formats, you want to select either .AVI or .WMV. These are the formats best suited for the program. After this, it is time to convert your video.

Now that your video is converted to a format that works, you can use Windows Movie Maker. Windows Movie Maker allows you perform a variety of tasks that allow you to customize your video. Once you are done using the program, you might choose to convert it back to a format you can use on your smartphone. To do this, launch Doremisoft Windows Movie Maker Video Converter as you did before. This time, you want to convert your .AVI or .WMV file to a format that fits your device. You can select the device from the menu and simply start converting the video.

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