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Dec 26,  · Movie Maker for Windows 7/8//10 (bit) There are two versions (bit or bit) depending on the version of Windows you are running. If you are unsure, go to your ‘Start’ menu, right-click on ‘Computer’ and choose ‘Properties’. System type should show bit or bit operating system. REUPLOAD (DELETED BY ACCIDENT). Dec 13,  · 1. First, you must copy Windows Movie Maker files from a computer with Vista installed. Important: If you are going to install WMM on a Windows 7 bit, make sure that the WMM files you will use came from a bit version of Windows Vista. 2. Go to “C:\Program Files”.Make a folder named “Windows Movie Maker ” then paste the WMM files inside that folder.

 

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Dec 26,  · Movie Maker for Windows 7/8//10 (bit) There are two versions (bit or bit) depending on the version of Windows you are running. If you are unsure, go to your ‘Start’ menu, right-click on ‘Computer’ and choose ‘Properties’. System type should show bit or bit operating system. Movie Maker 6 0 free download, and many more programs. Nov 01,  · x86 and x64 copy of Windows Movie Maker
 
 
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Thanks for your informative blog. I have been trying to use movie maker with a windows 7 machine and i discovered I had to use windows live to save any downloaded files from my 2yo sony hidef handycam.

Since the sony software saves the files in m2t format, WMM won’t recognize them. One question I have is sometimes I get a weird vertical stretch artifact kinda like sergio leone in fist full of dollars and other spaghetti westerns.

IT seems to have something to do with using hi def mode in the sony. Have you got any idea how I might use hidef and not get this sergio leone effect? Thanks for any information. I had been using Vista for 2 years and the “good” version of Movie Maker all that time. I just bought a new computer with Windows 7 and the only choices were Movie Maker 2.

MUCH Appreciate your efforts!! Pafnuty, you might try my Custom Resize Effects. They work with WMM 6. Blaine HELP! I just downloaded mm6 to my windows 7 machine and it opens and looks great! I saved a file, but when I try to open it the computer says it was saved in a format that is not supported. All the effects and transitions were working great in the file when it was open.

The program then removes all the pictures and opens an empty template. I am using the 64 bit version. Hi there, I’m not that expirienced but I’d like to use the effects like “slow down” and “speed up” film from WMM, then save the file and reopen it in WLMM for further editing.

Is it “safe” to have both programmes installed on my computer or will there be a some kind of conflict between the two video editors. I’ve got both loaded. They won’t conflict.

The 64bit loaded up just fine on my Win7 PC but it crashed while working on a project. The autosave feature was enabled for 10min intervals but no idea where the autosaved file is.

I only see a 3kb. TMP file in the folder. Any ideas? Buckscaper, if the AutoRecover feature works, the next time you restart Movie Maker it offers to load your recovered files. But the bigger question is why you are encountering crashing.

For best results, work with. You can check Freemake for a couple of conversion programs. I had interim saved about 20 mins prior but evidently I’d been very efficient in the subsequent time because when I opened the saved file I was VERY surprised to see how much was missing!

I had been working only with JPGs – loading them into MM the goal being to make a slideshow type movie with titles on the different photos. No audio and I had not yet published.

Had imported 20 JPGs about a meg each and had added about 12 of them to the timeline with titles and transitions between. My saved file only had 4 of the images in the timeline, so I lost quite a bit of work. Thank you though for the info and thanks for this site and all the tips. Yesterday was the first time I started WLMM on my relatively new Win7 machine and about fell over when I realized that it wasn’t the same program I’d been using the last couple of years.

Being able to so quickly load and run it was great. I’m just going to save much more often and hope there are no more crashes.

And thanks for all your help and the effects; without you all my work as a poet was to be thrown out the window s 7 lol! Blaine, did you know that Windows Live Movie Maker can support custom effects? MonkMan has figured out how. I can’t say that making more custom effects on Live Movie Maker’s new architecture will be easy, but it is possible.

Check out this forum on Movie Maker Forums. No joke. OMG I seriously love you for this. I’ve missed old wmv so much since i got windows 7 it’s sick. Hi Blaine. You are a fantastic fella, did you know? I need to pick your brain I currently have a laptop with Vista bit and am looking to get a smokin’ new desktop but they only come with Win7. Do you know if I have to get the bit version in order to my Vista WMM or will it work on either the 32 or 64? Does your installer only do the registry stuff?

Thanks so much for doing all this! Thank you for all the work you have done to help us over the years. UhSir, the installers have all you need. Pick the one that matches your new desktop. Thornie, 2. Version 6. The short answer is “no, 2. I too have experimented with the files in the Templates folder. However, I’m really hoping, like prior versions of WMM, that Microsoft will publish an official document on how to do that, rather than leaving it to us to figure out via experimentation.

It’s also possible the interface may change in later versions, so I’m reticent to delve to deeply into this. However, I encourage experimentation, and as people find things out let me know. Perhaps we’ll have to rely on the user community figuring it all out, rather than Microsoft publishing a spec. That’s how custom titles came about in WMM 2. I lobe you i love you i love you i love you. This is exactly what i needed to edit my videos, WLMM just doesnt have enough effects for me to use.

Again I love you i love you!!!!!!!!!!! Blaine, Thank you so much for all your time and effort put into this installer package. I was frustrated with the Windows Live Movie Maker and this solved my problems! The whole process was fast and easy. You are such a life saver! I been making movies with the 2. Thank you so much! I got a copy of the 32 bit 6. Only the source video shows up in imported media — not the clips. I was not able to pull the 6.

Nothing worked. I haven’t yet tried importing the projects into a friend’s Vista. Short of that, has anyone solved this commonly reported problem? I did install a 32 bit WMM6. It went into program files x86 of course. My projects were created on a 32 bit Vista. Do you think I should have installed the 64 bit? I could try the one here. Have people successfully accessed old program files created on a 32 bit program — on a 64 bit?

For that matter, has anyone been successful at accessing unfinished WMM6. Some of my projects are short with no titles and transitions, so that’s not the problem. They wouldn’t play in WLMM or 2. The wmm projects were pulled from the hard drive of my old laptop now an external drive.

Now they are just blank. Anyone experienced this? Susan, the issue is not the version of Movie Maker. The issue is you have just pulled the project file, not the source video and audio. A WMM project file is more like a recipe or a playlist. It tells the order of clips, where you want edits, what transitions you want, etc. But it contains no video or audio, just references to where the files are on your computer.