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Re: [teacherartexchange] PC Video software ???


From: Jenny Watlington (pritchard1_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Jun 27 2006 - 11:17:25 PDT

save it as a "finished movie" and then it becomes a movie file playable in
media player. Look under the task options at the left of the screen where
it says "finish movie" - then save to my computer, then follow the
ompts. --Peter
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From: "croberts" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 10:15 AM
Subject: [teacherartexchange] PC Video software ???

> I've got a question...
> I have a digital video camera and I downloaded some graduation video to my
> PC, using Windows Movie Maker and Windows XP. When I save it, it saves as
> a *.mswmm file and I have no other option that I can see to save it as any
> other type file. Then, when I burn it to a won't open up in the
> Windows Media only opens in the Windows Movie Maker program.
> I want to be able to give these CDs to family members so they can open
> them on their computers.
> On my last computer, I had some other kind of video software...and when I
> burned the "movies" to CDs, we could open them on any computer...but I
> don't have that computer now.
> Is anyone familiar with this program and can answer some questions for me?
> Also, do any of you use any other "movie making" software that you can
> recommend for PC users?
> Carolyn Roberts
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