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Movie Maker I can't import my video files into Windows MovieMaker - it just shuts down everytime I try. I have tried everything suggested on the Windows help site with no success (downloaded codecs, reinstalled the program, converted the video files). I am very frustrated!! I can take videos, load them on my computer, but can't edit with MovieMaker - is it something with the camera or the video fliles????

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