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darker_element
post Jun 20 2006, 09:50 AM
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I'm trying to make a movie on windows movie maker, but I have absolutely no idea how to get useable clips... Please help! sad.gif

(Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I didn't know where to put it...)


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post Jun 21 2006, 12:04 AM
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QUOTE(darker_element @ Jun 20 2006, 12:50 PM) [snapback]414123[/snapback]
I'm trying to make a movie on windows movie maker, but I have absolutely no idea how to get useable clips... Please help! sad.gif

(Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I didn't know where to put it...)


Buy the dvds

or use a tv tuner to get video when they play it on the tv.

All other answers are towards illegal materials. biggrin.gif





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post Jun 21 2006, 08:26 AM
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What do I do with the DVDs? I have them but what do I do with them? unsure.gif


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post Jun 21 2006, 09:32 AM
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if you have the dvds you can look for info on doom9.org... you're basically looking for a conversion guide from dvd-> wmv (since you're using windows movie maker)...Note the link on the left....guides...... I'd use the x-vid format though for my video encoder (it might be hard for you to do so if you have no clue what's going on)


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post Jun 23 2006, 10:33 AM
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blink.gif What does all that mean?

laugh.gif I guess this won't be as easy as I thought it would be... by the way, when I choose to save the movie to a disk, do I need a DVD? or a CD?

Thanks for putting up with me, asu! smile.gif


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post Jun 23 2006, 12:05 PM
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QUOTE(darker_element @ Jun 23 2006, 01:33 PM) [snapback]415271[/snapback]

blink.gif What does all that mean?

laugh.gif I guess this won't be as easy as I thought it would be... by the way, when I choose to save the movie to a disk, do I need a DVD? or a CD?

Thanks for putting up with me, asu! smile.gif


Well essentially...if you have the video on the dvd you want to rip that part out and convert it to a compressed video format (so that it's less than 200 megs per ep)

the doom9 link has step by step guides showing you how to do that.

Which part are you referring to as "save movie to disk" ? Are you asking about an option in windows movie maker? or is it part of one of the guides?



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I'm saying when I'm all done and don't want it taking up so much space on my computer, do I save it as a video file on a DVD or a CD?


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QUOTE(darker_element @ Jun 23 2006, 03:09 PM) [snapback]415297[/snapback]

I'm saying when I'm all done and don't want it taking up so much space on my computer, do I save it as a video file on a DVD or a CD?



ahh well you can burn it on to either a dvd or a cd.

First you need either a drive that supports CD or DVD writing. Your music video will be/ should be only quite small...consider that a high quality anime ep of 24 minutes will be ~200 megs. So the length and quality (and compression) of your video file will affect the quality. Everything said, a cd will suffice.

Then you can use one of many burning software (Nero, Sonic, i think even windows has it's own cd writing software)

The other thing actually is if you want it to be a video cd versus a data cd....

data cd - can view it on any computer
video cd - can view it on any computer plus some dvd and vcd players (aka on a tv!)...





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Okay, here's the entire story:

I just finished this 5 minute long movie on movie maker and tried to save it on disk so I could delete all the files that are making my computer freeze...And it won't save on CD-R...So, I take it I should try DVD-R?

When I try to save to a CD, a message pops up saying that either my source files aren't there, the save location isn't there or the movie's too big for the disk... But my source files are there and the disk says it has more than enough room, so I must be saving to the wrong thing right? huh.gif


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post Jun 24 2006, 12:50 PM
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QUOTE(darker_element @ Jun 24 2006, 03:48 PM) [snapback]415738[/snapback]

blink.gif Well, I just finished this 5 minute long movie on movie maker and tried to save it on disk so I could delete all the files that are making my computer freeze...And it won't save on CD-R...So, I take it I should try DVD-R?

When I try to save, a message pops up saying that either my source files aren't there, the save location isn't there or the movie's too big for the disk... But my source files are there and the disk says it has more than enough room, so I must be saving to the wrong thing right? huh.gif


1) do you have a drive that burns cds?
2) Which program are you using to burn
3) Try a new blank cd-r


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QUOTE

1) do you have a drive that burns cds?
2) Which program are you using to burn
3) Try a new blank cd-r


Thanks for trying to help me, asu! happy.gif

1: Yep.
2: Windows Movie Maker
3: I did, it's still coming up the same error message.

I'll check my source files again, but I'm pretty sure they're all where they're suppose to be...


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post Jun 24 2006, 06:09 PM
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Hrm save on to your harddrive first,

then use a seperate program to burn off that file.


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post Jun 24 2006, 06:28 PM
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wink.gif Nope. I've tried that too. The movie's just too big to save anywhere on my computer. That's why I'm trying to get it on disk.

Does that mean you've never had any problems saving a movie from windows movie maker on a CD-R? dry.gif Ugh...back to the drawing board...or the local wal-mart for a DVD-R...


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QUOTE(darker_element @ Jun 24 2006, 09:28 PM) [snapback]415861[/snapback]

wink.gif Nope. I've tried that too. The movie's just too big to save anywhere on my computer. That's why I'm trying to get it on disk.

Does that mean you've never had any problems saving a movie from windows movie maker on a CD-R? dry.gif Ugh...back to the drawing board...or the local wal-mart for a DVD-R...


How big is this file???

o___O

try burning something else ( NOT using windows movie maker) in order to free up some space for your movie.


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sleep.gif *sigh* Lemme see... It says: Estimated space required: 38.77 MB. That's not so bad right? But I have all the pics I used for a 4 minute song saved on the same computer. Would that make such a huge difference?
The problem is, I can't take them off or the movie won't find the source files... GRR! When I try to save it to the computer, the disk space available is 20.03 MB...What do you suggest?


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