MOV to WMV

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I have a Panasonic camera which takes movie in MOV which can only be played via Quick Time , the CD came with the camera.
I want to edit the movie clips through Windows Movie Maker . How do i change the format to use Movie Maker.
Not looking to make a blockbuster ,, just watch our holiday shots.
I am not a whiss kid like most of you on here........65 years old and looking to see my holiday shots before i forget where i was when i took them...lol.
Photos transfer to PC fine. I have Windows XP Please can someone help reply

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03-15-2012 05:10 PM
paul cochrane
1 posts

which camera model is it? or do you know what codec the camera uses?
if you don’t know, in quicktime click movie, show movie inspector.

if it’s photo jpeg, it’s pretty straight forward

get mp4cam2avi
http://sourceforge.net/projects/mp4cam2avi/
unzip and run it. click settings, program mode, expert
on the right,
action: batch convert (many -> many, otherwise it combines them)
video: source video
audio: source audio

on the left, browse to where your videos are stored. if you want to select more than one file, hold the ctrl button while clicking each file. the output should be a bunch of AVI files in a subfolder named videoout. those should be openable in movie maker. reply

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03-17-2012 04:29 PM
carrot

Hi,, Brorsoft Video Conveter is the best choice for you. My friend recommended it to me. It works well on transcoding to various video formts. Hope the information can be helpful to you. Good Luck! reply

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06-18-2013 03:51 AM
monica66
48 posts

You can try aneesoft video converter. reply

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11-18-2013 02:34 AM
oakes
3 posts

You can convert mov to wmv using Video Converter Assist:
http://www.top-password.com/knowledge/convert-wmv-to-mov.html reply

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01-01-2014 09:39 AM
edward2015
1 posts

thanks , i will try it. reply

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01-13-2014 12:01 PM
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