What is a codec and what do you mean by a movie maker

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1)what is a code

Ans]“Codec” is a technical name for “compression/decompression”. It also stands for “compressor/decompressor” and “code/decode”. All of these variations mean the same thing: a codec is a computer program that both shrinks large movie files, and makes them playable on your computer. Codec programs are required for your media player to play your downloaded music and movies.

2)what do you mean by a movie maker

Ans]It gives you the tools to create, edit, and share home movies. Compile and edit a movie from video clips with drag-and-drop functionality. Add special effects, music, and narration with ease. Share your movie over the Web or master it to DVD media. You can also save your movie back to the DVD tape in your camera.

So you just need to download a movie makind tools from this website http://download.cnet.com/Windows-Movie-Maker-Windows-XP-/3000-13631_4-10165075.html or it is your wish download a movie making tol from anywhere

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03-22-2009 02:07 AM
Evil Goku

Okay, I’m new with the “Windows Movie Maker” thing and I was just looking at it and I have a youtube account and wanted to make some cool new videos and edit them, but when I went on to “Windows Movie Maker” it said this; (The file C:\Users\Tori\Pictures\video4.3GP cannot be imported because the codec required to play the file is not installed on your computer. If you have already tried to download and install the codec, close and restart Windows Movie Maker, and then try to import the file again.) I don’t understand what the means... so can somebody help me? Like give me directions on how to fix it? Please and thanks!

You can E-mail me at; toridykhouse@yahoo.com
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03-06-2010 01:27 PM
Toriii.

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