Help - Windows Live Movie Maker

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Help - Windows Live Movie Maker

Postby Reminiscable » Fri Mar 30, 2012 12:52 pm

So I just finished my first video editing project, and even though I used a .wav and highest resolution output, my exported video file is desynched and I cannot save as an AVI for Virtual Dub! How the heck do I mux my audio stream together if it only saves as .wmv?

Oh, and forget how every five minutes I need to download another program just to get the effect that I want, and that the output quality is abyssmal. Forget all that and tell me - how do I resync my audio??

Thank you.

VirtualDub: ASF files are not supported
Windows Live Movie Maker: AVI files are not supported

So for someone testing out Windows Live Movie Maker, how the heck do I sync my audio.
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Re: Help - Windows Live Movie Maker

Postby Pwolf » Fri Mar 30, 2012 1:43 pm

Will, for future reference, don't use Windows Live Movie Maker... it's awful. The older version was much better. There are better alternatives if you are willing to spend a couple $$ (Look into Magix or Adobe Premiere Elements). But the damage is done so...

What settings are you using to save the video?
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Re: Help - Windows Live Movie Maker

Postby Reminiscable » Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:28 pm

It exports as a .wmv in 1080p. 24Mbps data rate, 29fps, 128kbps audio, and 48kHz sampling.
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Re: Help - Windows Live Movie Maker

Postby Reminiscable » Sat Mar 31, 2012 1:50 am

EDIT: Solved it using Microsoft Expression Encoder 4.

*blegh* Must not use Windows Live Movie Maker!
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Re: Help - Windows Live Movie Maker

Postby Mister Hatt » Sun Apr 01, 2012 5:29 am

Why would you even want AVI unless using it as an intermediary format, it's such an ugly hack for most things… MKV your final product.
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