The article will explain how to import photos and videos into Movie Maker for perfectly editing.
Using Movie Maker, you can import photos and videos from many different kinds of cameras and devices to your computer. You can put your media files into Windows Movie Maker by selecting an event in the event library (or create a new one), and then choose File > Import > Media. Afterwards, they’ll appear in Photo Gallery too.
Here are some devices that you might import photos or videos from:
* A digital camera
* A flash memory card, such as an Secure Digital (SD) or CompactFlash memory card, that’s in a card reader
* A data CD or DVD
* A video camera that records to an internal hard drive or flash memory card
* A videotape that’s in a digital video (DV) camera or High‑Definition Video (HDV) camera
* A mobile phone that you’ve connected to your computer
In fact, Movie Maker can only work with files that Windows Media Player can open. As we know, WMV is almost used video format by Windows Movie Maker. When you photos and videos can’t be recognized by Movie Maker, you may have hassles when editing them in Windows Movie Maker? If yes, hopefully the below instructions can help you out of troubles.
In order to edit all kinds of media files in Windows Movie Maker, you need to convert them to Windows Movie Maker supported video formats first. To finish the task, you can use Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate, the best video converter for WMM that can help you transcode photos and videos to Windows Movie Maker compatible WMV, AVI, etc. with high output video quality. The Mac version is iMedia Converter for Mac.
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How to import photos and videos into Windows Movie Maker?
Step 1: First, download Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. After transferring the media files to Windows hard drive disk, run the video converter. Click the “Add Video” button to import photos videos to the program. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the files to program UI for conversion.
Step 2: Click the “Format” option and navigate to HD Video -> WMV HD (*.wmv) as output format. The converter will transcode your photos and videos to WMV videos for editing on Windows Movie Maker with original video resolution in 1920*1080.
Step 3: Convert media files to WMV for Windows Movie Maker.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Ultimate Converter will start the batch conversion from your video to WMV for Windows Movie Maker will start right away.
When the conversion is finished, you can import the converted media files to Windows Movie Maker for editing and playing easily.