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Using Windows Movie Maker

I want to use Windows XP Movie Maker. I have a JVC MG145AA Hard Disk Camcorder and Software.I need to transfer the Video from my Everio Software to Movie Maker to make some "Movies".I have tried but so far failed to make any progress (at all).Any help would be very excellently good!

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  • The Finalmin Jul 08, 2008

    Yes your right it wasn't fair.I was hoping to use WMM but never mind.It turned out the Camera had its own producer software within the Program provided with the camera.I only found it by accident and it is quite difficult to use.It seems I can take an action eg: Cut but it is not made clear exactly what you have done (Until you play the "Movie") Its ridiculously irritating.Is Pinnacle easy to use? Will I have to pay to download stupid add on's to make it work properly? Thankyou


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Windows Movie Maker is pretty picky about file formats. You might want to use Pinnacle Studio. This way once you plug your computer in and turn it on Pinnacle will capture the video for you which is something that Movie Maker was never designed to do.

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  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jul 07, 2008

    I don't know if Windows Movie Maker works with Mpeg 2 files very well. I know it doesn't work with Mpeg 4 at all. You need a program that is flexible and the problem with Windows Movie Maker is that it only works with WMV files. You have a camera that was made six years after that program was created.



    Microsoft hasn't really supported that program for quite some time now. In fact some of thier media bundled software has included Pinnacle Studio in the past.



    It takes some dough to do this stuff but the Pinnacle software isn't very expensive to do. I've been using it for five years now and found that using it solved a lot of conversion problem.



    You can check it out at pinnaclesys.com. I think they have trial version you can use too.



    I don't think this response was fair. I hope you consider changing it.





  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jul 08, 2008

    No theres no ads and it's very easy to use. They just came out with version 12.

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jul 08, 2008

    It's available at pinnaclesys.com



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