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I Have No Idea What Is Wrong With Windows Movie Maker Please Help

I even tried calling Microsoft AND Gateway, but they wanted to charge me $59.99 just to talk to me on the phone WTF. It has once gotten to the point where it only plays for like two or three minutes, then comes the black screen. WHERE IS THE "AUDIO SETTINGS"???? When I tried to re-open the project I have saved many times before; Windows Live Movie Maker just reported the project was corrupt… Windows Live Movie Maker just expected me to his comment is here

It's important to get these settings just right for an optimal viewing experience. Step 2: Now it's time to open up Windows Live Movie Maker and begin editing. When mute was removed, also video was published fine. Thanks, Mandi Reply Toby says: September 13, 2009 at 22.01 Ive posted this before..

Still had the black screen at the same place as before. Throw in some text and titles if you feel like it. but it seems that nothing seems to work. (like i touched nothing from the beginning. I have Windows Vista Basic, and when I publish a movie it used to play for around 8 minutes.

But is there a program that converts the old WMM files to something useable? restart computer. All of the options that people are giving me are not available on my Movie Maker, I can't save it as a .wmv file! Glad ya got it to work!! (and yes, thanks for telling us!!!!!) June 7, 2011 at 6:01 am #775337 fan of pdMember ok another little update--the DVD wouldnt play like a

HOME PC Topics PC Basics PC Essential Applications PC First Aid – Malware Removal Tools Software Fast Add for DNS MyLittleHelper PaperPort 2 Thunderbird PhraseExpress Export Plex Media Server Updator Rapido June 2, 2011 at 8:44 pm #775307 fan of pdMember boro park girl--prob? Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are This should really be fixed officially.

Reply frans says: July 24, 2008 at 23.43 Danny, your problem also sounds a bit different from the one that I describe above. Add effects as necessary. You can easily drag the files around in the timeline to set the order you'd like. So, here are 4 ideas in total for this problem.

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Me too. this content This lesson is for PC users. or can help me? So use these tools in moderation.

Could be a problem with your CD/DVD settings. And this is happening AFTER I publish my movie to my computer. i've reset everything, I've un mute everything, and everything seems to be working fine until i publish it. http://hamlookup.com/i-have/i-have-an-idea-to-change-the-way-we-look-at-metro-ui.html So what should i do in this case because i really worked hard on this video and i dont want to lose my work I don't know what else to do!

I disabled all codecs except AVI Decompressor. 3. Then go back to 'Save Movie' in the menu bar and choose the Vimeo preset you just created. to recover it i have to delete the effects and add them again one by one.

June 2, 2011 at 7:18 pm #775305 fan of pdMember i am trying to save it straight to my computer--and it gives me an error message saying a mill diff reasons

I'm desperate. Its like some cycle, because at first when I make about 6 videos, they play the approprate length, and then afterwards when I make another video the black screen pops up, Reply Jack says: December 1, 2008 at 2.22 Well I've muted the clips were the video is dropping out, but to no avail. Solved.

If you're making a silent film, then this section does not apply to you. (I'm looking at you, Charlie Chaplin). Reply Danny says: July 24, 2008 at 4.43 umm…okay…im not usin a camcorder, but im importing clips from my Sims 2 Game. There was a setting in the program for the quality of the output, e.g. check over here But I clicked mute anyway to see if atleast the video will work even though it is muted and it was still the same after I published it.

Video 101: Editing Sound & Music with Windows Live Movie Maker You can edit the sound in your videos and add music to create a more dynamic feel to your videos June 2, 2011 at 9:37 pm #775311 fan of pdMember boro park--i have downloaded files that people online have said will help… and ybam-the original file is no longer on my Thanks. Reply ktsdad says: April 18, 2010 at 13.21 What a low quality product.