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Half of My Video Shows Up GREEN?!?!!

They look fine on the camera, and when I upload them on my computer and play them on the media player, but when I import them to Windows Movie Maker and edit them the final project ends up having the whole bottom half of the screen green.

How can I fix that???

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  • darkfortr113 Dec 12, 2008

    This is happening to me too... it's really frustrating, having worked on the video all week.

  • darkfortr113 Dec 12, 2008

    I have the same problem, I'm thinking its something to do with Windows Movie Maker itself. I edited some footage into a video, and the video looked fine in the preview screen, but I published it twice and got the lower half of the screen only showing a green area. This is really frustrating, as I was hoping I could publish my video today.

  • kelinkent Feb 05, 2009

    same thing happening to mine. the bottom half of the screen is green when i show it in windows media player. its fine in movie maker and fine on camera. what is the cause of this? im useless at computers!

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    why is half my movie green... how do i get rid of that

  • bmims3 May 09, 2009

    Everytime I try to play the published version of my wmm file the bottom of the video screen is green and the top is the video WHY????SOMEONE HELP!!!!!!

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Here is something i found:

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