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How do you put a video file from windows media onto DVD?

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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 ImportThe 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.

Go into documents. click on the music file and what ever you want right click it and click add to windows media player!

You need to download the video project from Windows Movie Maker onto your computer. From there, you will be able to upload the video file onto YouTube.

first to make sure your talking about media center on windows vista not windows media player. the eisiest way to do it is to download your videos onto the videos file in your user folder and open media center go through the options and find the area to use the videos in the video folder

To import video from My Documents into Windows Movie Maker:> Click the Import Media button (on top menu)> Locate the My Documents file folder on your computer> Click on the video from the folder you want to import> Click Import buttonThe video should appear in the Imported Media pane.

On Windows XP as well as the default Windows Media Player 9,there are also two hidden older versions of Windows Media Player. These are Windows Media player 6.4 that can be found under file name Mplay2 and Windows Media player 5.1 which can be found under Mplayer32. And some people prefer the older versions of Windows Media player to the latest version Windows Media player 9,10 or 11 on Windows XP.Or Windows Media Player 11 on Windows Vista and Windows Media player 11 or 12 on Windows 7 and Windows 8. Windows Media player 6.4 Mplay2 does not work on Windows Vista,or Windows 7 or Windows 8. It only works on Windows XP. But Windows Media Player 5.1 Mplayer32 does work on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 and also on Windows Vista. To install Windows Media Player 5.1 on Windows 7 or Windows 8. you need to have a Windows XP computer. Then on Windows XP you need to go to Windows/system32 folder on C drive and copy the mplayer32 exe file to your Windows 7 or Windows 8 computer. Once you have copied the mplayer32 program file onto Windows 7 or Windows 8,copy and paste the program file in the Windows/system 32 folder. Windows Media player 5.1 Mplayer32 is now installed on Windows 7 or Windows 8. And will play video and audio files without any problems. And will run alongside the latest version of Windows Media player Just like it does on Windows XP. And the above method also works for Windows Vista.

Yes, that is the reason the media center is called a "MEDIA" center. the term "Media" refers to video, photos, and music

First, drag the video into the Timeline view. Then click, hold and drag the file from the video track down one more into the Audio/Music track. You will notice that the video is gone and only the audio remains. Publish/Finish the project file. It will be converted to a .wma file (windows media audio). Once you have the file in audio format, re-import it into the program again. Drag it down onto the audio track and it will play with a different video of your choice.

you can't do it automatically from the Internet to windows movie player but you will have to download the file. if possible, sometimes it is easier to do right click and go onto save target as, but i don't no if it is legal. sorry.

The easiest way (and the only way) I can figure out is to burn your itunes onto a CD and then rip that CD onto windows media player

You can import the video from your Sony handy-cam using Windows Photo Gallery or any other video editing software application.To import using Windows Photo Gallery:> Click on the Windows Photo Gallery program in your Start Menu> Click on File and choose: Import from Scanner or CameraThe media will be transferred to Windows Photo Gallery (under the date imported unless designated otherwise).

That means the video portion (format) is not compatible with the program. You will need to convert the file to one of the following video file name extensions (formats):asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, .wmv

Getting music onto windows media player involves importing the music files. Connect the device with the music to the PC and select import on windows media player. One can also import a folder from a drive on the PC.

To transfer songs from Blubster to Windows Media Player, the easiest way would be to download the songs to a USB device for storage. Then take out the USB storage device and wait a few minutes. Put the USB device back onto the computer and open the Windows Media Player program. Select Windows Media Player as a file to upload the songs to, then upload them.

Well, if you mean onto windows media player, you'll have to search around or buy the music.

Once you have decrypted the DVD, you are going to have to convert the media to a file name extension (format) compatible with Windows Movie Maker:asf, .avi, .wmv, mpeg1, .mpeg, .mpg, .m1v, .mp2To see what file name extension the decrypted DVD media currently has, right-click the file and choose Propertiesfrom the drop-down menu. If it is not one of those listed above, then you will need a video converter to convert it to one of them.Free video converters are available online. Simply Google: free video converters and download one. Once installed, open the converter program, locate and add the decrypted media file to the conversion list. Then make sure to choose your Output Path (saving destination for the converted file) and the 'Output Source' format (one of the file name extensions listed).If the conversion is successful, you will be able to import/edit the converted media in Windows Movie Maker.

All media (clips/pic/video/audio) must be Imported into Windows Movie Maker before they can be used in a project. Once imported, drag the media into the Storyboard or Time-line view for editing.

If the video is a supported file format, from Flash, choose File > Import > Video and follow the prompts. There you can either embed the video directly into the file or load it as an external file. Once you have imported the video, drag it from the library onto the stage. If your video is not a supported file format, you will have to convert it first. Most likely, your copy of Flash came with Adobe Media Encoder, which you can use to convert your video file. I recommend using FLV or F4V for the best Flash support.

I had loads of trouble doing it but in the end I found iWisoft Video converter which I downloaded for free. It has a Walkman video format option so all you have to do is add your file, find the Walkman format in the profile box and click start. Once its converted find the file in your documents, plug the Walkman into your PC and copy it directly to your Walkman. There is no need to use media manager or Windows media player to sync it.

not to do with windows media player but download the programme recommended in this guide and you can get videos in several file formats which you drag and drop onto your device: http://www.quazen.com/Shopping/Consumer-Electronics/Sony-NWZ-S739F-MP4-Player.688325

it depends if you have Windows Media Player on your PC

use you camera to record you file. Then, go into Windows Movie maker, click file, select import into collection. Import your video file into windows movie maker, drag it onto the timeline, near the bottom, click export to movie, or something like that, and your movie should be ready.

You will need to go to a video that you want, and download it onto your computer.


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