Everytime I create a slideshow and on of the pictures used in the show is moved from it’s original folder it wont appear in the show. So I don’t move them. However I would like to transfewr the show onto a different computer when finished because I hadn’t realized the schools computer (Im a teacher, dont judge me lol) doesnt have burn capabilities. My question: After I finish the show in it’s entirety, can I than move it to a flash drive, load it on another computer in order to convert and burn?
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.
This is because in movie maker you are working with a project, not yet a movie which can be burnt. It must first be published to a movie, then the movie must be saved onto the memory stick. (The movie file would be much larger in size than the project file)
If you want to take the smaller file - the movie maker project (not yet movie)to the memory stick, movie maker on the new pc would also need the pictures on the same memory stick or on the new pc on which you will burn, and their links would have to be corrected (probably you’ll need to re-drag them into your project).
This is because the Movie Maker project file LINKS to your pictures on your pc (the ones which you dragged into your project). It does not save those pictures inside the project, so opening the project on a different pc, it would not be able to find those pictures. (the same would happen if you perhaps moved the pictures into another folder on your current pc, or deleted them- movie maker would then not always be able to re-link them in a saved project).
The best option is to, from movie maker, publish the project to a movie onto your pc. Then save the movie file to the memory stick.
I hope you come right. I’m no expert, only learnt all this the hard trial-and-error way myself...
I just bought a Samsung camcorder and I bought a MPEG-4 memory card with it. I came home with a bunch of videos from a anime festival and put the memory card in the computer tower. It showed up on the auto play feature but it can’t be read in the windows movie maker. I want to cut things out from the videos and windows movie maker is all i know how to cut videos from. How can I make the videos be read on Windows movie maker?
yes with no problem . if u can hear sound but no pic, download codec. After that your pic will come in.find out what your dvd drive is. From what I hav experienced you have to use the same dvd as your drive. Mine for windows is dvd-rw. That is the only dvd disc that I can use. it takes about 2-3 hrs to burn, depending on if you are doing anything else on your computer but my movies come out great!! Only catch... dvd-rw are rather costly. But u can erase an reuse them.
I am so mad at windows movie maker-
I have a report due TOMORROW and i can’t get it on a DVD. I dont have time to run out to the store and i only have DVD-R, DVD+R or CD-R. I have done this before but i forgot and now i am very stressed and am considering never using WMM ever again. Can someone please help me and tell me how I can download my movie from Windows Movie Maker onto either DVD-R, DVD+R or a CD-R in a basic and simple way by tomorrow??
If you own a mac, you can directly convert and burn windows movie maker into a DVD by using some other mac dvd burner program
Windows movie maker is fab once you know how. After you have edited your movie. The most important thing to do is to PUBLISH IT ONTO YOUR COMPUTER...and then you can burn it using Windows DVD Maker....Easy I have made two movies.
The problem is once you have edited your movie...there is no instructions telling you to publish to your computer...so we make the assumption that we can automatically burn it directly onto dvd.
I tink i know. I went to 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.
I tink. I should kno. Ima computer freak, but hey im still beautiful!! But ya im doing a DVD 4 christmas and it gonna tak about 30 min max.
I may not know what i am talkng bout. But i tink this is da solution.
DO NOT attempt to use www.aimersoft.com to convert WSM to AVI or similar. Why... becasue they slap a watermark on the end result and after 3 minutes of your audio it cuts out!
Scorpio16 is DEFINITELY wrong with this suggestion... so they obviously want you to pay for this downlaod
TENGO UN PROBLEMA MI FAMILIA ME MANDO UN DVD EN FORMATO
WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER Y NESECITO PASARLO A UN DVD .TENGO
WINDOWS 7 NO LOGRO VERLO NI PASARLO A DVD PARA VERLO EN
UN EQUIPO DE DVD CASERO.
AYUDA POR FAVOR QUIERO VER A MI FAMILIA
Hello, I recently created a slideshow for my departed grandfather on WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER so that I could give it to family remembers who wished to preserve his memory. But, when I took the steps to burn it to a DVD, it would only go to the start menu when I put it in my DVD player and it only froze up the computers I put it in. :( Is there anything (free) I can do, like get a program to burn it or anything?
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