Tutorials — Windows Movie Maker
Edit your movie with the best version of Movie Maker ever released! If you have a sequence of images that need to be converted into video, follow these instructions: MPEG Streamclip: Convert Frames Into Video Download Windows Movie Maker (32-bit version) 6.0 HERE. If you see an error message: "Movie Maker 6.0 for Windows 7 (32-bit) cannot be installed on Windows XP/Vista/Windows7 x64", you'll need to install the 64-bit version of WMM. Download HERE. Unable to save HD video from Movie Maker? Follow these instructions. Dino roars by CGEffex: one, two If you're still using Windows XP, download Windows Movie Maker 2.6....
To save HD video when publishing a movie from Movie Maker, you'll need to add HD profiles to the program directory. Depending what version of Movie Maker you are using, you may find the Profiles directory in one of the following places. C:\Program Files\Movie Maker\Shared C:\Program Files (x86)\Movie Maker\Shared As the video shows, if the Profiles folder doesn't exist, you'll need to create it. Download Windows Movie Maker HD profiles HERE. Download Windows Movie Maker 6.0 HERE (this version has the HD profiles built in, so you don't need to install them separately!)
Sep 18, 2015Tags: Windows Movie Maker