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The answer is of course you can! Remember, Movie maker is a program to design movies. Once the movie is a finished product it could be played on any computer that has a media program. Most windows PCs have windows media player and Macs have quicktime. As long as you published the movie as a file it can work on any pc. If your going to play it on Mac or outside operating system keep in mind the universal format for movies is AVI, you can change that in movie maker when you finish the movie. If you stay with windows your fine and you can just finish the movie as is!
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It all depends on what type of computer you have. If you have a Windows XP computer or Windows Vista Computer then Windows Movie Maker should already be on your computer. … In order to do this: - Click on start and then look for the search option and click on it. - In the box that says, "Search for files or folders named:" type in Windows Movie Maker. - Click "Search Now" and wait as it searches for the desired file/folder. - If you do in fact have Windows Movie Maker on your computer it will show up in the blank space on the right. - And finally you should be able to click on the Icon that says Windows Movie Maker and it should open right up. If it doesn't then you probably haven't downloaded in. And in that case you just need to click on the Windows Movie Maker download icon and it will download from there. If you have an older version of Windows then Windows Movie Maker will not be already on your computer. You will have to go to google or what ever search engine you use and look for the correct download for your version of Windows. Hope that this helps! You can also find the Windows Movie Maker program (if it is installed) by opening the Command Prompt and typing in: MOVIEMK.exe. If your computer has the program installed, it will appear in the list.
The movie has to be converted to one of the file name extensions (formats) listed below before it can be imported into Windows Movie Maker: .asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v,… .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, and .wmv
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Your WMM should play in both the Storyboard and Time-line views. You might try repairing your WMM ( if it doesn't play in Storyboard) via Windows Automatic Updates.
Yes, you can play a movie created on Windows Movie Maker on a Mac. However, the movie/video format has to be Quicktime (.mov, .mp4) format which a Mac uses. Windows …Movie Maker publishes/finishes video in one of the following formats: .asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, and .wmv. Since Mac (customarily) uses Quicktime (.mov, .mp4) formats, which are not generated by Windows Movie Maker, the files will likely need to be converted.
Microsoft bundles the program with all Windows versions. Every Windows operating system comes equipped with Windows Movie Maker (with the exception of Windows 7). Even though …Windows 7 does not have the program, it can be easily downloaded: Windows Movie Maker v2.6: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=D6BA5972-328E-4DF7-8F9D-068FC0F80CFC&displaylang=en Alternative Download: Windows Live Movie Maker: http://download.live.com/moviemaker If you are running Windows XP or Vista, you can find the Windows Movie Maker program by: > Clicking on the Start orb, All Programs and the Windows Movie Maker icon If the icon is not visible in the list generated: > Click on the Start orb, and in the Search bar above it, type in: MOVIEMK.exe (The same method can be used with Command Prompt/Run Command) The program (or folder containing the application) should appear.
You can use Video Pad or Video Spin if you don't want to use Windows Movie Maker for your video project.
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Go to the start button on the bottom left, go to all programs and then click on the words "Windows Movie Maker." If this does not work, you can always use the search or find p…rogram on your computer.
Video Pad or Video Spin. Both free online. Google them.
If you have a PC with Windows, you already have Windows Movie Maker (with the exception of Windows 7 - which only offers Windows Live Movie Maker). To find the application on …your computer, do the following: > Click Start (orb), Computer, Local Disk (C:), Program Files. Scroll through and find the Windows Movie Maker folder. Click to open it then click (or double-click) the application. or > Click Start (orb) and type in: MOVIEMK.exe in the Start Search box. The application icon should appear in the list. If it does, click (or double-click) on it. If neither of the above mentioned methods works, you might need to download Windows Movie Maker. If your operating system is XP or Vista, you can download Windows Movie Maker v2.1 or v2.6 free online. I've included links to both version downloads in the Related links section below. Note: You can download v2.6 even if you have Windows 7, since it is a stand-alone application.
You can't watch it on your TV until you have Published/Finished the movie file (MSWMM) and burned the exported video to DVD first. Publish/Finish the movie in Windows Movie …Maker. This process mixes-down (exports) the file to a Standard viewing format. Once you have done that, burn the video to DVD. Then you will be able to watch it on TV.
How can you get a movie that you made on Windows Movie Maker Vista to play on Windows Movie Maker on Xp?
You can't get any projects from Windows Movie Maker (Vista) to play on Windows Movie XP. Windows Movie Maker project files (MSWMM) need to access the original source files in …order to play the project. Therefore, if the original source files are not available on the system you are attempting to open the project file on, then the can't be displayed. The only way you can get a Windows Movie Maker project file (no matter what version) to display on another computer is by first Publishing or Finishing the movie. This process mixes down (exports) audio and video properties into a Standard Viewing Format.
On the top menu of Windows Movie Maker, click on the Help button. Then click on Help Topics. Everything you need to know about using the program can be accessed this way.
1. make sure the movie is finished and published 2. Sign into your YouTube account 3. There is a button next to the search bar that says "upload." Click on it and hit the "bro…wse" button. 4. Find your video and click ok or upload 5. give your video a name and wait for YouTube to process it.
There is no Loop feature available in Windows Movie Maker.
There are three ways to install Windows Movie Maker 2.1 for Windows XP on Windows 7. 1-First on Windows XP go to programs on C drive and copy the Movie Maker program file and… paste it into your My Documents or Downloads folder. A copy of the Movie Maker program file should now be in your my Documents or Downloads folder where you have pasted it.Go to where you have pasted the Movie Maker file,right click on the file with your mouse and click send to zip folder. This creates a zip file with all the Movie Maker program files inside. Now to install Movie Maker 2.1 on Windows 7 you can either- 1-Transfer the Movie Maker zip file from your Windows XP computer to your Windows 7 computer using Microsoft shared View or Team Viewer.Which lets you transfer files from one computer to the other computer. Or- 2- Upload the Movie Maker zip file to a file sharing and storage site online like Mediafire. And then download it onto your Windows 7 computer. Or- 3-Transfer the Movie Maker zip file onto a USB thumb drive from your Windows XP computer and install it onto your Windows 7 computer that way. Once you have got the Movie Maker zip file onto your Windows 7 computer using one of the three methods above. Open the zip file and extract the files to Programs on C drive and make a new folder. Rename new folder Movie Maker 2.1 so that it does not conflict with any other versions of Movie Maker you have installed. Now send the Movie Maker short cut to your desktop and click on it. And now Windows Movie Maker 2.1 is working on Windows 7. And the web cam feature will also work. But please note, you must have Windows Movie Maker 2.6 installed in order for Windows Movie Maker 2.1 to work. This is because Windows Movie Maker 2.1 uses some of the dill and program files of Windows Movie Maker 2.6 in order to run. But as long as you have Windows Movie Maker 2.6 installed,then Windows Movie Maker 2.1 will work on Windows 7. Windows Movie Maker 2.1 works on Windows 7 without any problems. And can be used alongside other versions of Windows Movie Maker,Windows Movie Maker 6 and 2.6.