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Hello. I have a LITEON DVD/CD Burner (All Write) and am having problems importing video files into Windows Movie Maker after I burn a DVD (from a VHS tape) with the LITEON. When I click Properties, I notice the large files are in VOB format, smaller ones say BUP and DAT.If I finalize the DVD it will play in a home DVD player,but when I insert into my DVD drive of my Dell Computer and try to import to the Windows Movie Maker program, a window will pop up stating that "Windows does not support this file type". I would like to use the program to edit/cut/splice/add music to my home movies, which are on VHS. Can I convert the files to compatible format ? Or would you recommend another video editing program? Any help will be MUCH appreciated. Thank You.
Windows Movie Maker is a basic video editing and creating software developed by Microsoft. It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie. The accepted formats for import by Windows Movie Maker are WMV, .AVI, MPG, .ASF, .WMA, .WAV, and MP3.
Puzzled about how to import DVD to Windows Movie Maker for further editing? iOrgSoft DVD Ripper can do that job. Not only rip DVD to Windows Movie Maker acceptable videos including AVI, WMV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, ASF, but also convert DVD to MPEG-4, MOV, AVC (H.264), MOV, 3GP, FLV, SWF.
Tutorial: How to Rip DVD to Windows Movie Maker, import DVD to Windows Movie Maker?
Step1: Locate your favorite DVD to the program-DVD to Windows Movie Maker.
Step 2: Specify output video format compatible for Windows Movie Maker, like AVI.
Step 3: Click “start” button to start the process of ripping DVD movies to .AVI video.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Best possible option is to get a good video card that has inputs for your vhs player both sound and video,
it will come with the software needed to edit your own and to add those extra special features then write to disk also.
a good burning software is from www.nero.com
Trials available for download,
There are plenty of good softwares available for home editting but for good results do yourself a favour and get good Audio/Video card first time ,
compare with friends before buying even go look at them in use to see if your happy,
You'll be glad if you get good results from the start,
Movie maker You will need to check out the help section and compare the specs with NEROsite info,
Hope this helps,
Let me know of the outcome thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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