How to Use Windows Movie Maker as Media Converter [Video to Audio & Video to Video (Other Format)]

You know that Windows Movie Maker is one of the best tools to create slideshow and develop existing slideshows. You can also use this tool to edit your videos a little. Capturing snapshoot, videos through Webcam etc. is the simplest task with the help of this Movie Maker. You can directly upload your edited videos or slideshows to SkyDrive, Facebook, YouTube and other video sharing sites. Despite the fact that it has some general visual effects and animations but you can still try them if you want to be taught slideshow formation. (SlideShow creation needs more knowledge than said.)

Nevertheless, you know that every video file has not the same extension and every audio has not the same. It varies upon phone, tablets, OS, sites. And also video quality matters on YouTube. So, to get rid of those different problems, you have to use a converter that has all in-built option to convert a file for different usages.

Windows Movie Maker is the perfect tool that would do whatever you want. But the method of converting is pretty easy and not yet so time spender too. You can convert your single video file for following purposes;

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  • For high-definition display
  • For Computer
  • For Email
  • Android Phone (large)
  • Android Phone (medium)
  • Apple iPhone
  • Feature Phone (large)
  • Feature Phone (small)
  • Windows Phone (large)
  • Windows Phone (small)
  • Zune HD (for 720p display)
  • Zune HD (for device)
  • Android (1080p)
  • Android (720p)
  • Apple iPad
  • Windows 7 (720p)
  • Windows 8 (1080p)
  • Blip.TV
  • DailyMotion
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • MySpace
  • SkyDrive
  • Vimeo
  • YouTube
  • Audio Only

How to convert file using Windows Movie Maker?

Before converting, you need this tool on your system since Windows 7 and Windows 8 doesn’t has it. Go to here and download Windows Essentials. Therefore download and install Windows Movie Maker through Windows Essentials.

After doing all, open this tool. Then open a video and navigate to File >> Save Movie. Therefore you have to select the type for which you want to convert your file.

That’s all! You have almost done!


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