Otto, on the surface it seems like you are trying to import your project file. All the effects and transitions were working great in the file when it was open. You should be already having this on vista, unless you uninstalled it. My saved file only had 4 of the images in the timeline, so I lost quite a bit of work. My vista mswmm files work perfectly with the 64 bit version. Also tried installing with anti-virus software disabled.
You are a fantastic fella, did you know? Now that I can use the Vista version again, it makes it so much easier for me. Blaine, Thanks for making this available. It does not replace Vista version of Movie Maker, it installs side-by-side with it. But to my horror it wouldn't open. Right-click and choose 'Open With.
Pros: 10 characters minimum Count: 0 of 1,000 characters 4. Most of the software for older versions of Windows works on Windows 8 but some of it does not. If you have lots of photos, transitions, etc. You might want to ask in the Microsoft Answers forums for Thank you for your reply Blaine. For best results, work with. But this means that Movie Maker's rendering engine is now directly tied to the graphics card. Whenever possible convert all your video to.
Some of these are educational medical videos I have made for patients. I can make the other two on the Vista machine. Source location of the files is the C drive of the computer. Maybe you could try that with one small source file and see. Thanks to Wii Master 64 Here's How: 1. Short of that, has anyone solved this commonly reported problem? Though windows movie maker may not be a tool for the professional video editors, it is definitely a great tool to make some brilliant movies out of your photos and videos and share them with friends and family. I just downloaded mm6 to my windows 7 machine and it opens and looks great! It is so frustrating,I don't know what to do.
I did, but before I saw the comment was approved. Do you recommend converting them to a more generic type for future compatibility issues? And I now have Windows Movie Maker 6 back on Windows 8 and all of the features are working thanks to you. This has been quite frustrating. Otto, I'm going to suggest the Windows Movie Maker forums. I can't say that making more custom effects on Live Movie Maker's new architecture will be easy, but it is possible. Is there any patch I could use to allow me get back the old list??? Tell me if that works.
I currently have a laptop with Vista 32-bit and am looking to get a smokin' new desktop but they only come with Win7. Apparently the dill file I needed in order for Windows mail to work is not in Windows 8. If you are one who loved making movies with windows movie maker, but is disappointed with the abilities of windows live movie maker, you could download and use windows movie maker 2. If that works I'd try converting your files to. Or you can just use the installers I created below: There are two versions 64-bit or 32-bit depending on the version of Windows you are running.
But not on Windows 8. Thanks, Sandy First let me say thank you for all of this great information. Susan, also it is not a good idea to mix and match 2. . This Is Not Tech Support.
I mainly used it for creating tribute videos and slideshows with original music, and the new Movie Maker made it so hard to get the two to meet up correctly. If your video is in another format you need to convert the video to one of those formats. I am running Vista Home Edition x64. As new information becomes available, I go back to the poject file and have deleted or updated the appropriate section source file I probably have 10 of these for various conditions. I can't get these effects to work. I could copy them from Windows 7 or Windows Vista system 32 and add then to system 32 folder on Windows 8. Import videos and photos, add music, mix different video formats, transition selector, more than 20 different effects, narration supported,.
If you have already tried to download and install the codec, close and restart Windows Movie Maker, and then try to import the file again. And the size might be a problem. I uploaded your version of Windows Movie Maker 6. Add a shortcut to Windows Movie Maker on your desktop for easy access. I've used Freemake Video Converter for conversion tasks like this and it works well.