can i convert windows movie maker into a DVD

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08-18-2005 05:41 PM
Nellyb
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I made a slide show for my parents 25th anniversary on windows movie maker... is there any possible way to burn it on dvd n watch it on my dvd player? reply

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08-22-2005 05:27 PM
Rob M

I don’t have an answer, only a similar issue. I have a digital camera that I’ve created some small windows movies, and I can’t upload them into Pinnacle Studio 8 software. I’ve gone to several sites to try to find conversion software, but I’m not even sure what it needs to be converted to? Are there any Pinnacle Software experts out there? I usually upload video footage through Pinnacle, but these were uploaded through the camera software, and are now on my computer. The software doesn’t recogninze the windows movies, and I’m wasting a lot of time trying to figure it out.

Thanks for helping a novice. reply

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08-22-2005 06:20 PM
joel nalli

just go to hp.com and download the hp memories disc then make the same picture slideshow and you should be able to watch it on your dvd player.send me feedback at my email address. reply

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08-22-2005 08:21 PM
kia

ok im kinda a noob but i think i can help you. first you need to convert your .wmv slideshow into dvd files by using WinAvi Video Converter (search for it on the forums on this site) you can use this program to convert the .wmv file into avi and then convert the .avi file into dvd files(.vob .ifo .bup), then using a program like Nero 6 or similar, copy all your converted dvd files into the VIDEO_TS folder on the DVDR disc and burn it. then you’re ready to play your dvd. this is also a good way to put avi movies you download off the internet onto dvd, its what i do and it works every time! :P email me if u get stuck! reply

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05-04-2007 04:41 PM
Val

I managed to burn a WMM movie of about 1.15 hours onto a DVD by using AOAmedia’s DVD Converter www.aoamedia.com/dvdcreator.html However, here’s my question. When I went to play my DVD on my television, I discovered that some of the video footage was blurry but, more problemmatic, some of the photo (and text) stills that I had incorporated into the Windows Movie Maker file were so enlarged that they were falling off the edges of the screen (I lost whole words on both sides of the screen, for example, including titles on the photo stills). I used the standard 4:3 aspect ratio when burning the DVD, so don’t know where the problem lies. Can anyone help, in simple language? Thanks. reply

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12-13-2007 09:02 AM
Jessy S

i dont know, but can any one help me?
i want to know -
how to get the DVD’s onto windows movie maker!
i may sound like a computer idiot, well thats cause i am
if anyone could offer help that would be great
thanks
jessy s xxx reply

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12-21-2007 01:08 PM
avinash shetty

can i convert windows movie maker to dvds to play on dvd player reply

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02-24-2008 02:21 PM
tiff tiff

After you finish your Slide Show in Windows Movie Maker,
go to File, Save Movie File, Movie Location to My Computer, name it and etc. When you get to movie settings, choose other settings and from the drop down, choose either High Quality (NTSC) or DV-AVI(NTSC). Either setting will be good for TV playback.

Then use either Roxio or Nero DVD Burning software and import the WMM or AVI movie file you created to be burned in that program. reply

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02-29-2008 03:52 AM
Death666

You could use VSO ConvertXtoDVD.

Works very well.

Also, AVItoDVD works nicely but it takes a while. reply

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04-01-2008 04:53 PM
bella_4

Hi, i have a problem =]

iv just done my college course work on movie maker and i was wondering if this is ok to make it dvd format; to like select the option of copying onto a disc on movie maker, then take it to this other computer and use nero to convert it and burn it??


hope someone can help
thanks reply

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04-01-2008 09:12 PM
dave4
27 posts

yes, and you can try wondershare video to dvd burner. it can help you burn video files encoded in formats like avi, mpeg, mp4, flv, wmv(windows movie maker), asf, etc. to dvd for backup, enhancement and playback on all home dvd players with desirable quality and very fast speed.
you can download it from http://www.dvd-ripper-copy.com/video-to-dvd.html for free. reply

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04-30-2008 01:07 PM
PLEASEEMAIL

HEY, please email me at IBET.UDID@YAHOO.COM if you have an answer to this... In Windows Movie Maker when i click save to my computer it says “Windows Movie Maker cannot save the movie to the specified loacation. Verify that the original source files used in your movie are still available, that the saving location is still available, and that there is enough free disk space available, and then try again." but im saving it to a folder... all the files i used arent deleted or anything please email me with help.. reply

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05-09-2008 08:47 AM
videospot

E.M. Total Video Converter, E.M. Total video2dvd author all can help you to burn your wmv to DVD disc. reply

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06-10-2008 11:13 PM
Kozy

You guys are so smart! I hope so anyway, my English assignment depends on it! Lol. I am confident it works. reply

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07-04-2008 05:05 AM
rubycin
30 posts

As far as I know you can save videos to dvd using Windows Movie Maker directly. reply

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08-26-2008 09:00 PM
kragami

I made a slide show using windows movie maker for my mom’s 50th birthday and I’m having a lot of trouble playing it on my dvd player.

I followed someones instructions by saving the movie to my computer and then saving it as a DV-AVI (NTSC) and then I used PowerISO to burn it onto a DVD-R and when playing it in my DVD player, it said “this dvd cannot be played”. Is it something wrong with my DVD-R?

Someone please help!!
email me at kragami@gmail.com reply

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11-08-2008 08:17 AM
Masahigo

It’s probably due to your dvd format, use DVD+R, they’re much more reliable with a variety of dvd playing devices

kragami wrote:
I made a slide show using windows movie maker for my mom’s 50th birthday and I’m having a lot of trouble playing it on my dvd player.

I followed someones instructions by saving the movie to my computer and then saving it as a DV-AVI (NTSC) and then I used PowerISO to burn it onto a DVD-R and when playing it in my DVD player, it said “this dvd cannot be played”. Is it something wrong with my DVD-R?

Someone please help!!
email me at kragami@gmail.com

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02-13-2009 12:26 PM
jconey

The best thing to do is to make sure you publish your movie to the computer first. This allows you to select your format options, there is an option for DVD format. Then burn your movie to a CD or DVD. DVD preferrably because it holds more data. If you simply publish to the DVD before publishing it to the computer, it places the file into wmv. format,which most DVD players won’t read. However, publishing to the computer first then burning to DVD seems to correct this issue. But, keep in mind this is electronics so it can be quirky! reply

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03-27-2009 01:14 PM
Barb

Hello
I have just finished making a movie on windows movie maker for my daughters hockey team. Dragged pics, made titles, etc. I am trying to download it onto a memory stick so that I can burn a DVD..i don’t have a DVD burner on my computer and it is too big to download onto a CD.
When i check it on the memory stick, the only thing that is there are the titles that I have done, no pictures and no songs. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong. reply

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04-12-2009 11:01 AM
Maryfila

I just downloaded your free version but when I try to use the AVS video converter it sends me to your page where you ask me to pay...

Thanks reply

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