From Microsoft website
"After importing the AVI or DiVX video file into Windows Movie Maker, add it to the storyboard/timeline without editing the video, and then save the movie as a WMV file by using the Save Movie Wizard in Windows Movie Maker. You can then import the resulting WMV file into Windows Movie Maker and edit the file."
hmm tht mite work toh im gona try tht soon thanks :D any other ideas are welcome
that way is quite good the only problem is the fact itll take like 300 mins to save. if there is no other ideas ill do it 2morrow
I am shure you find Adobe Premiere much better to use.
But it needs some knowledge. I also start on Movie maker and did good things on it, but in Adobe it is much easy(after some practice).
You can check my vids if you want :) it is not TV related, just some home stuff. And I would like to see yours!
ok ill check them out once i have ill post mine lol. most of mine are doctor who related though there is some life on marks ones and co
hey nice channel. heres mine http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=prich0906
excuse the background lol im a massive fan ogf billie piper. all my videos are in the videos section and are mostly fan made music videos
btw adobe premier costs money doesnt it? also does adobe premier accept divx videos? and also does it run smoothly and not crash.
yeah. a LOT of money. but there is always a way around :))
it accept divx but probably it will be freezy.
But with AVI files from my camera and DV files from professional cameras it is flying.
And it rarly crashes. Movie maker was pain in the ass for me, specially when i make my last movie on it.(many photo/video files, effects) I make movie and swear not to use Movie maker anymore :))
So if you will make more and more complex movies, you'll reach the boiling point someday :))
ok right thanks for the help ill get battling with wmm again
while were on the subject off wmm i thought i should add the xp version does tend to ennoy you even though its a simple software. however i have tried the vista version b4 and that seems to runs smoothly