Re: MovieMaker (Vista Home Premium version) Project file doesn't o
Your post is running thrue mine but never the less. Your remark is a general
one which is always wise to do.
I have found a work arround to overcome this problem
Open movie maker the normal way
Delete your imported video (or pictures).
Re-import your pictures (and or video)
Open your saved project.
It should open normally.
Let me know if it worked! it worked with me.
"Adam Albright" wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Jul 2007 07:20:01 -0700, CFSG
> <CFSG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >Dear Nasuka,
> >I've got the same error indeed very frustrated. I will keep you posted when
> >i find a good anser (see also my thread on 7-25-07
> For the future you should be making what's sometimes called a modified
> Generational Backup. It only takes a few seconds time.
> What is it?
> A method where you pause at regular intervals and use "save-as"
> assigning a new file name EACH time to your project. Example: My
> project-1, My project-2, My project-3 and so on. This way if disaster
> strikes you never lose more than one generation. While you may have to
> repeat some work, you won't be faced with the almost impossible task
> of trying to recreate a complicated project you've spent hours or even
> days or weeks on from scratch.
> I do this with Vegas (my preferring video editor) even though it is
> rock solid stable, Vista itself is not. Vegas even has a build in
> backup feature where the application saves the current project
> automatically every ten minutes, but that just generates a new version
> of the same file writing over the last version which isn't the same
> >"Nasuka" wrote:
> >> I created and edited a video with Vista + MovieMaker. Everything worked OK
> >> except now the project file doesn't open anymore. MovieMaker reports "Not
> >> Implemented" error message when I try to open the project file from my hard
> >> drive :-O
> >> All the other older backup project files open normally (so far).
> >> Is the project file somehow corrupted and more importantly, is there
> >> anything to be done anymore? I have spent hours after hours with this project
> >> and I would appreciate very much any hints or tips you may provide for
> >> solving this problem.