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Importing into Windows Movie Maker

I made a movie on a DVR-RW disk. I can upload it onto Windows Media Player but when I try to import into Windows Movie Maker it says I need to download the codec files. Of course it doesn't tell me what those codec files are, and when I go to WPPlugins I have no idea of which codec files to download.

I am very frustrated and would like to be able to edit this movie for a class. Is this possible? Thanks

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    when i try to consolidate my video shoots, I have problems as system is asking for the Codec, I am using window movie maker as a tool.

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Hi dear

you can visit here for any codecs

http://www.brothersoft.com/downloads/codec-dvd-decoder.html

or you can use a video editing software, like ulead video editor, adobe premiere, and many

oke

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

I have a handycam camcorder model dcrdvd92E. I have not got the cd-rom to download the progamme to burn what I have recorded onto dvd.

The camcorder is out of warranty - i have called Sony had they cannot provide.

Please help.

Many thanks.

Posted on May 01, 2008

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