can i convert windows movie maker into a DVD

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12-21-2011 08:31 AM

hi i finished my pictures as a movie in window movie maker.i want save it in the can i do?
note:i m having window7 laptop and i m having option save the file for dvd can i save it directly or i have to convert .wmv files to any other...
can i save the file in my USB drive. reply


03-08-2012 06:19 AM
1 posts

Thanks a lot Val. I used AoAmedia and it’s worked really well. Managed to put a bunch of old travel movies onto dvd for my folks to watch. Thanks a bunch everyone! reply


04-20-2012 05:57 AM
16 posts

hi i finished my pictures as a movie in window movie maker.i want save it in the can i do?
note:i m having window7 laptop and i m having option save the file for dvd can i save it directly or i have to convert .wmv files to any other...
can i save the file in my USB drive

Hi sha, I think you could use Windows DVD Maker on your Window7 laptop. It won’t be difficult if you follow the Windows DVD Maker help tutorial. Good luck! reply


05-09-2012 05:12 AM

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05-10-2012 03:05 AM

plz reply


05-10-2012 03:57 AM
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It seems a pretty old post , there are many dvd burner are available bt free on the internet. reply


07-06-2012 04:21 PM

i am having the same issue as all of you i need help on converting the saved video that i have from my windows movie maker to put on a blank dvd. I have tried soooo many converters but none seem to actually work can someone help? reply


07-14-2012 03:34 PM

after getting of wma file format from windows movie maker we can not burn with DVD as vob format reply


07-18-2012 11:17 PM

window 7 does not support “Windows DVD maker” neither i m able to convert window live movie maker(.wlmp)file into .vob or .mpg using any viedo convertor, any dvd convertor proffesional and wondershare viedo convertor ultimate...
can someone please help me!! reply


10-05-2012 08:15 AM

Found tried and tested I have XP. DVD works fine

To save your movie on a DVD
You can save a movie in Windows Movie Maker as a high-quality video file, and then burn (or write) that file to a DVD using a DVD burner (either an internal or external DVD burner) and video DVD burning software. You can then watch the DVD in almost any standard DVD player.

To save and burn your movie
1.In the Movie Tasks pane, under Finish Movie, click Save to my computer. The Save Movie Wizard will open.

2.On the Saved Movie File page, type a name for your movie, and then choose a place to save - I use My Videos - click Next.

3.On the Movie Setting page, click Show more choices, select the Other settings list, click DV-AVI, and then click Next. Movie Maker will save your movie.
4.On the Completing the Save Movie Wizard page, clear the Play movie when I click Finish check box, and then click Finish.

5.Follow the instructions for burning the DVD according to your DVD burning software.

In my videos you will see two files 1 with a movie icon and the one you have saved showing start of movie - this is the one to burn.

Thank you.


02-21-2013 08:52 PM
2 posts

I don’t ever do this - I’m not a fan of physical media... but, my Dad is. I too had him using VH for years, but it’s become really flaky and unreliable since they folded up shop. I just got him set up using DVD Creator, and he loves it. It’s about as simple as it gets... drag file, click burn, done.

Check: Appgeeker DVD Creator reply


04-14-2013 08:31 PM

i just have finished making a movie on window live maker for my assigment course.i already save in wmv and then i tried to burn in cdr, but it cannot play in my dvd player..please help me how to fit my problem? reply


05-20-2013 10:41 AM

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07-16-2013 09:33 PM
46 posts

Do you have windows dvd maker? You an have a try to download to burn your videos to DVD. reply


09-03-2013 03:41 AM

Do you have DVD Movie Maker on your PC? You can have a try to import the video to it to burn to DVD. reply


11-19-2013 08:42 PM

Windows DVD maker can help you burn the video to DVD. But you need to transcode your original video to WMV via some third party program, like Brorsoft Video Converter so that Windows DVD Maker can support easily. reply


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