Import Fujifilm video to Windows Movie Maker on Windows

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Import Fujifilm video to Windows Movie Maker on Windows

Postby stevenjoen » Thu Mar 14, 2013 4:26 pm

I hope to edit my video from Fujifilm Z20FD with Windows Movie Maker, But when i upload, it never shows the videos from my camera? How do I upload my mpeg-4 movies from my Fujifilm Z20FD to WMM or Vegas?”Video from Fujifilm Z20fd, S2000HD digital camera are MP4 formats, but we always use AVI or WMV files on Windows, say Windows Movie Maker like AVI, WMV, MPG files best, so just convert Z20fd, S2000HD MP4 files to AVI, WMV or MPG, then import Fujifilm video to WMM for editing.

Fujifilm video to Windows Movie Maker Converter from Firstarsoft supports convert Z20fd, S2000HD video video to AVI, WMV, MOV, DV, MPG, MPEG, MPEG-2, FLV, 3GP, M4V, SWF, HD WMV, HD MOV, HDAVI, HD MPG, MKV, RM, RMVB on Windows 8, Windows 7, vista, xp.

Convert Fujifilm AVI, MP4 files to these common formats, such as avi to 3gp, mp4 to flv, avi to flv, mp4 to wmv etc, also can using Fujifilm video to Windows Movie Maker converter tool on Windows.

Fujifilm video to WMM software allows you import Z20fd, S2000HD etc Fujifilm digital camera video to Windows Movie Maker, WMP, Sony Vegas, DVD Maker, Youtube, Adobe Premiere, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Quicktime, iTunes etc.

Tips: Mostly Fujifilm camera record avi files, Import other Fujifilm camera avi video to Mac just using Fujifilm video converter for Mac.

Then if you hope to extract audio form video and save as AAC, AC3, MP2, WAV, WMA,AMR, M4A, MKA, MP3, AIFF and editing Fujifilm video like clip, trim, apply effect, cut, crop, join, merge,set output parameter, snapshot, rotate etc also using Fujifilm video to Windows Movie Maker program.

Step by step import Z20fd, S2000HD video to Windows Movie Maker

Step1: Download “Fujifilm video to Windows Movie Maker converter” on your PC, run it.

Step2:Add Fujifilm video, set output as mp4, then save.

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Step3: Click”Start” to convert Fujifilm MP4 video to AVI, then import Fujifilm Z20fd, S2000HD video to Windows Movie Maker.

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