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The Windows Media Player video has to be an actual file to be imported into Windows Movie Maker (meaning you can't drag and drop it). Although I haven't tried it, I believe you can copy the file from Windows Media Player and paste it into Windows Movie Maker (but I don't know this for sure). The best way to get media from Windows Media Player is to ensure it is Saved in the Library. Then…
All media (including video) has to be Imported into Windows Movie Maker. Click on the Import Media button on the top menu bar. Locate the video you want to include in the project and click Import. The video should appear in the Imported Media viewing pane (and collection folder). Then drag the video into the Time-line or Storyboard view of the program.
All media, including video clips have to be Imported into the Windows Movie Maker program. > Click on the Import Media option (top menu bar) > Locate the video you want to use > Click Import The video file will appear in the Imported Media pane. From there you can drag and drop the video into either the Time-line or Storyboard view for further editing.
You have to Import the media into Windows Movie Maker. Use the Import Media button on the top menu of the program. Locate the video/movie, click import. It should show up in the Imported Media viewing pane. Please make sure the video you are trying to import is compatible with Windows Movie Maker: .asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, .wmv
Windows Media can only play video with file name extensions (formats) listed below: .asf, .wma, .wmv, .wm .MOV files are not compatible with Windows Media Player (or Windows Movie Maker either). You will need to convert the MOV video to one of the formats listed before you can play it in Windows Media Player. Free video converters are available online. Simply Google: free video converters and download one. Follow the conversion instructions making sure the…
Capturing video in Windows Movie Maker simply means you are importing the media from a Removable/Portable/External Device such as a DV camera. If you wish to import media from somewhere other than a camera, you don't need to use the "Capture" option. Instead, click on Import Media. Locate the video file you want to use and click Import. The file will appear in your Imported Media viewing pane (or Collection folder).