Problem with Windows Movie Maker

For help and discussion concerning the Windows Movie Maker software.

Problem with Windows Movie Maker

Postby LadyLeene » Mon May 28, 2007 12:08 am

I have a file which I made by combining some animated clips with a WAV, and it plays just fine when I run it in WMM. When I try to save it as a WMV, though, there're a couple of notes at the end which get canned and the video 'ends' before the credits start. I tried removing the visual clips from the end, suspecting they might be contaminated, and the song still stopped early. I re-loaded the song into the system; it STILL stopped early. I uploaded a completely different version of the song, and the thing STILL stopped early.

I've been making/saving other videos just fine...this is the only one that is causing me trouble! What is wrong with my file?
LadyLeene
 
Joined: 26 Mar 2007

Postby guy07 » Fri Jun 01, 2007 1:36 pm

Back when i used wmm i had similar problems, chances are it's just because wmm is a very basic program. If it looks fine on the time line but renders strange, then you can try shortening the clips so the final looks better, but more or less there isn't much you can do. sorry. :?
User avatar
guy07
 
Joined: 08 Sep 2003
Location: T.O.
Status: Back in beard.

Postby BlaCk_PeArL_27 » Fri Jun 01, 2007 2:19 pm

weird..... that never happened to me when I use wmm + anime + mp3 = ;)

to you wmm + anime + wav = canned ? well try to look up more of the animed file

or here the Gspot to help you known what you've got in you video if that is fit in wmm.


Hope it helps :-\
User avatar
BlaCk_PeArL_27
 
Joined: 11 Jan 2007
Location: SoCal, North Hills
Status: Married and lots of Child LOL

Postby NamineKairi1994 » Mon Jun 04, 2007 2:35 am

I know what you are on about. It happens to me.

Do you have the audio converter? If you do. Convert it to mp3 music/audio and then you can have your audio.
User avatar
NamineKairi1994
 
Joined: 04 Jun 2007

Postby krillin the villin » Thu Jun 07, 2007 3:34 am

just convert the wav file, if ya think about it, a piece of audio that takes up 20-50 streaming megs usealy isnt very stable when its the video that is saposed to be the big part.

also do you have winamp or some other player set to open WAV?

if so change that anyways, if you are useing wmm, all things should be on auto open with WMP, you dont use wmm to open winamp to play audio for wmm... seems like there is a program that can be taken out of the loop.
Because you are good at amv's dosent meen you can't get yer arse kicked.
User avatar
krillin the villin
 
Joined: 05 Jul 2003
Location: greater states of being

Postby Minion » Thu Jun 07, 2007 5:30 am

NEVER edit with mp3.

how are you creating your WAV file?
KioAtWork: I'm so bored. I don't have class again for another half hour.
Minion: masturbate into someones desk and giggle about it for the remaining 28 minutes
User avatar
Minion
 
Joined: 22 May 2004
Location: orlando

Postby krillin the villin » Thu Jun 07, 2007 6:32 am

lol, if you say.... but wav takes way more resources to run then wav in pretty much anything, suggesting what i "know" works is 1 way of helping.....

NEVER use wmm...
Because you are good at amv's dosent meen you can't get yer arse kicked.
User avatar
krillin the villin
 
Joined: 05 Jul 2003
Location: greater states of being


Return to Windows Movie Maker

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests