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Pasaway
07-05-2006, 12:00 AM
THIS THREAD IS CLOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RocketGib
07-05-2006, 01:11 AM
Dude, we can't view Windows Movie Maker Project Files (MSVMM).

It needs to be a .wmv or something of that nature... otherwise the MSVMM file is worthless.

Pasaway
07-05-2006, 01:39 AM
can u teach me how?

joetomnj
07-05-2006, 10:11 AM
Quoting from the WMM help section:

"Saving and sending movies
The Save Movie Wizard lets you quickly save your project as a final movie. The timing, layout, and contents of the project are saved as one complete movie. You can save and store the movie on your computer or on a recordable CD, or you can send it as an attachment in an e-mail message or to a video hosting provider on the Web. In addition to these choices, you can choose to record your movie to a tape in a DV camera.

This page of the Save Movie Wizard lets you select which movie saving option you want to use, depending on what you want to do with the final movie. The following options appear on this page.

My computer

Specifies that you want to save your movie to your local computer or to a shared network location.

Recordable CD

Specifies that you want to save your movie to a recordable or rewriteable CD (CD-R or CD-RW). Choose this option if you have a rewriteable or recordable CD drive attached to your computer and you want to save your final movie to a recordable or rewriteable CD.

Saving a movie to My computer
The My computer saving option lets you save your movie for playback on your local computer. When you select this option, the final movie is stored in the specified location on your computer or on a shared network location.

If you click the My computer option, the Save Movie Wizard proceeds as follows.

Specify a movie file name and place for your movie to be saved. For more information about choosing a saving destination, see Naming the saved movie file.

Choose a movie setting for saving your movie. For more information about choosing the appropriate movie setting when saving a movie, see Choosing a movie setting.

Wait for your movie to be saved. For more information about monitoring the saving progress of your movie, see Saving your movie for local playback.

Complete the Save Movie Wizard. For more information, see Completing the Save Movie Wizard when saving to My computer. "

RocketGib
07-05-2006, 11:18 AM
Quoting from the WMM help section:

"Saving and sending movies
The Save Movie Wizard lets you quickly save your project as a final movie. The timing, layout, and contents of the project are saved as one complete movie. You can save and store the movie on your computer or on a recordable CD, or you can send it as an attachment in an e-mail message or to a video hosting provider on the Web. In addition to these choices, you can choose to record your movie to a tape in a DV camera.

This page of the Save Movie Wizard lets you select which movie saving option you want to use, depending on what you want to do with the final movie. The following options appear on this page.

My computer

Specifies that you want to save your movie to your local computer or to a shared network location.

Recordable CD

Specifies that you want to save your movie to a recordable or rewriteable CD (CD-R or CD-RW). Choose this option if you have a rewriteable or recordable CD drive attached to your computer and you want to save your final movie to a recordable or rewriteable CD.

Saving a movie to My computer
The My computer saving option lets you save your movie for playback on your local computer. When you select this option, the final movie is stored in the specified location on your computer or on a shared network location.

If you click the My computer option, the Save Movie Wizard proceeds as follows.

Specify a movie file name and place for your movie to be saved. For more information about choosing a saving destination, see Naming the saved movie file.

Choose a movie setting for saving your movie. For more information about choosing the appropriate movie setting when saving a movie, see Choosing a movie setting.

Wait for your movie to be saved. For more information about monitoring the saving progress of your movie, see Saving your movie for local playback.

Complete the Save Movie Wizard. For more information, see Completing the Save Movie Wizard when saving to My computer. "

Might I add that you should set your video to render for playback at 512kbps, since it keeps the file sizes small. Unless you have a good connection, don't render it at high quality. :p

Pasaway
07-05-2006, 01:24 PM
:D I am puting the video as 20 MB... so it should load fast. I'll put it on as soon as it is done downloading! Okay?:D