Want to convert Windows Movie Maker file to WMV! Please help

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just go to PUBLISH MOVIE and save it inyour computer. it will take a bit of time saving it. then it will be converted into a wmv file. reply

08-08-2010 10:42 PM

where is 3. finish movie? i cant find it anywhere reply

09-02-2010 09:20 AM

omg it doesnt even have a WMV format, wtfffff reply

09-05-2010 04:25 PM

Tip: Wait till it uploads completely before changing the file. also I did this: with windows movie maker you are all done editing your video.
1.click on save to my computer
2.another screen comes up click next.
3.another screen comes up: make sure you have the box checked for best quality for playback on my computer.
4.wala !!get on you tube and upload away!!
and add me as a friend on u Tube mindyjgirl
lets make some money!! reply

09-20-2010 12:59 AM

I saved to my computer first but it was a .mswmm but funny enough I did it again and it was .wmv :P

But srsy, just try each suggestion wrote here and you should be fine. :-) reply

09-23-2010 11:49 AM

where is the finish menu!? reply

09-29-2010 03:04 PM

ok folks, have read through all the previous and have tried all suggestions. My computer just freaks out and freezes, wont save to wmv, will only offer wmm files. whats going on? im about up the bloody wall! reply

10-01-2010 05:48 PM
sharon king

Click on the “publish movie” option reply

10-10-2010 12:23 PM

maybe you should read the tutorial help files for the solution. Or you can refer to the tips about how to save and share made videos.

after import, edit, you then finish the video and you can then press Ctrl+P to save the movies. Make the setting as you like, so that you can choose to save it to wmv format. reply

The MSWMM file type is associated with Window Movie Maker. It’s not really a video format but a Windows Movie Maker Project file.

Convert MSWMM to WMV

As MSWMM file is not the actual movie, you can open *.MSWMM file in Windows Movie Maker (click “File > Open Project”), use the File>Save Movie menu option and you should end up with a .WMV file. Or go to the “Tasks” bar, click “Finish Movie” and then click “Save to my computer”.

Now you’ve just converted MSWMM file to WMV and you can view them on normal movie players.

If you want to edit WMV video and upload to Youtube, you can try a third part software, Windows Movie Maker is limited in many features. reply

10-12-2010 09:58 PM
11 posts

thank you!!! it realy works to just save it on the computer! ;D reply

10-20-2010 09:30 AM

I want to convert Windows Movie Maker file to wmv reply

10-23-2010 02:13 PM
S Bardoville

i just want to thank you for help ........... you are the man reply

10-26-2010 12:21 PM
prince from egypt

thank you anonymous ........ reply

10-26-2010 12:28 PM
prince from egypt

click on finish save on my computer den it ll take format of .wmv reply

10-28-2010 12:12 PM

I am running windows 7 and having issues as well. I wish there was a third party option - I’m so done with this program, but don’t want to lose all the work put in reply

10-30-2010 09:53 AM
Angry Face

i didn’t know how you guys knew this but it’s awesome thanks so much (shame i found it only after 2 hours of searching) but you made my day :D reply

11-03-2010 01:41 PM

Thanks I’ve been trying forever to get my video up and now I can!Nice one. :) reply

11-08-2010 04:51 AM

holy crap thank you sooooooooooo much
ive had this problem for yonks now and finnaly
hahahaha really apreatate it thnks
:) reply

11-08-2010 07:11 AM

i had the same problem and easy very easy to conver the wmm to the w m p just click on fils than choose save the fil video number 5 than choos my computer number one and click on continue and continue you wait when it saving than click on finish and iamsure yo
u will be hapy when yo watch ur viideo
kiss reply

11-17-2010 10:28 AM

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