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Old 09-16-2007
Elwayeye
 

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Windows Movie Maker
I am having much difficulty adding music to my movies. I was able to
transfer some of my music library from iTunes to Windows Media Player (not
all), but I still can't figure out how to add music to my movie. When I
click "import audio", every music folder is empty. Please help!
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Old 09-16-2007
Adam Albright
 

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Re: Windows Movie Maker
On Sun, 16 Sep 2007 13:58:01 -0700, Elwayeye
<Elwayeye@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>I am having much difficulty adding music to my movies. I was able to
>transfer some of my music library from iTunes to Windows Media Player (not
>all), but I still can't figure out how to add music to my movie. When I
>click "import audio", every music folder is empty. Please help!


Make sure you're in the same folder as your songs are. Use the
built-import media items window to go to the correct folder on your
system. If you still can't "see" your files click on the little down
pointing arrow where it says audio and music files and change to show
all files. See them now?

Next actually import. You should then see a list of files on screen.
Change to timeline mode if you're not already there then drag the
files to the timeline, the audio-music track.

If you still can see your song files then likely they are in a format
Movie Maker doesn't understand and they will need to be converted
first.

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