Uploading videos on YouTube etc w/ Presto! Video Works Files

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Okay, here’s the deal. I want to upload a video onto youtube etc and it says it doesn’t accept the vw.wmp file type(I think that’s what the file type is...) So is there something I have to download or I just cant put PVW! files online on Video Sharing websites. HELP!!!!! reply



ya, im having the same problem, kinda reply

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Okay-here you go-
you have to go to produce. then u save it as WVM i think? well it has a W/anyways-after that it gets more complicated you have ti saev the video profile rfor windows media-I dont get it.
Any one knows anout THAT one-help me. reply

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Any idea why Presto Vidio Works will not open my MPEG vidio files? reply

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u suck as it dont work i needa to how it works u doof reply

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i want to upload some video files quickly please help me. reply

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Don’t know how long ago this question was asked or if you still even need help anymore, but what I did was produce the video normally, then right click on it and select -open with windows movie maker- then open it there. From there, drag the video to the editing thing and click -Produce to this computer- then the screen will come up that asks what to name your movie and where to save it to. Click next, then check -More Settings- and select DV-AVI(NTSC)That should work. :3 reply

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Don’t know how long ago this question was asked or if you still even need help anymore, but what I did was produce the video normally, then right click on it and select -open with windows movie maker- then open it there. From there, drag the video to the editing thing and click -Produce to this computer- then the screen will come up that asks what to name your movie and where to save it to. Click next, then check -More Settings- and select DV-AVI(NTSC)That should work. :3 reply

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