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You most likely need to find a video converter if windows vista does not
support the desired format. There are various converters out there its just
up to you to find the right one. Either that or see if you can convert the
video externally if that doesnt work then i dont know what will.
They did but they don't now - now there are frustrated people who say they
don't work in Windows Live Movie Maker when they do.
Must go. Ihear the tea lady.
There are no foolish questions; only fools who don''t ask them.
> My Olympus FE190 & Nikon cameras use .mov video format. My HPm7750n Vista
> Premium OS w/media cntr pkg (WMP, WMC, NVIDIA 6150LE, WMM 6.0.6, Muvee
> Autoproducer 5.0, Creator Basic V9-Roxio) all totally useless pieces of
> for videos because none use .mov files and Vista can't convert.
> I googled, read many forums incl. this 1 & find 1000s of users have same
> problem. So far, no successful solution. Some claim to have codecs,
> other fixes but downloaders all complain of buffer overruns, lost audio,
> quality, or just don't work in Vista, incl. Creator V10.
> Microsoft needs to bite the Apple (bullet) & make a deal with Quicktime to
> get a conversion program that WORKS in Vista as "fix" so we can use this
> over-priced, ego-inflated, misrepresented OS to "Access your music, videos
> and photos" as it claims on the front of my PC. I feel like I was scammed
> ads and salesmen when I bought PC last year.
> Anybody else out there interested in complaining on every forum possible
> get Microsoft moving on a solution? Is MS already working on this? I
> want to be able to make movies and use the features I paid lots of money
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