Need to convert DVD to Windows Movie Maker
so you can edit DVD on Windows Movie Maker at the best quality? How
exactly can you edit DVD video on Windows Movie Maker? Are you
upsetting with importing DVD to windows movie maker? This guide is
going to show you how to edit DVD movies on Windows Movie Maker with
DVD to Windows Movie Maker Converter.
Movie Maker is basic video creating/editing software introduced by
Microsoft. It contains features like effects, transitions,
titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie.
However, it can only accept video files in format AVI, WMV, MPEG, etc.
So, if you want to import your DVD to Windows Movie Maker, it is better
for you to convert the DVD to WMV or AVI format enable in Windows Movie
You can download Daniusoft Best DVD ripping software
install and run it. It is the DVD to Windows Movie Maker Converter
which can help you rip DVD to AVI WMV and then you can import DVD to
Windows movie maker. Then we can finish the conversion in 4 simple
Step 1: Import DVD files to DVD to Windows Movie Maker Converter.
You can either click Add button to insert the files you want to
convert, or easily drag & drop the DVD files into 'Getting started'
table. You are allowed to load DVD Rom, DVD folders, ISO files or IFO
Step 2: Customize output settings for Windows Movie Maker editing.
Click the "Convert to" drop-down menu to select AVI or WMV as output
audio format; Also, you are allowed to customize the output parameters
by clicking "Settings" button .Then click the "Target Path" button to
find the destination folder for saving output AVI or WMV format, or the
files will be saved as default. A regular DVD movie has multiple
subtitles and audio tracks, and you can select the right one for you.
Step 3: Start conversion.
Click "Start" button on right bottom of the main interface, you are
allowed to start convert DVD to windows movie maker WMV AVI. All the
tasks of conversion will be finished at fast speed and high output
go ahead with this DVD to Windows Movie Maker Converter to rip DVD to
Windows Movie Maker so as to edit DVD video on Windows Movie Maker
(*mswmm) and make your personal movies.