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Vista v XP Movie Maker Features

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Ruben Rodriguez

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I love Vista with all its features BUT i have a large collection of home movies on vhs and I used XP's windows movie maker to CAPTURE from a vcr that I hooked up with a usb capture device. VISTA movie maker does not have the same feature. I am looking for it but cannot find it. I saw somewhere that it is in the media center part but that is lame. You could do sooooooooo much with XP's movie maker capture feature like set the time, frame rate, resolution. And I am so down with wmv's.

Can anyone help me to find a similar or simple substitution for the XP's movie maker capture feature in VISTA?

Thanks in advance!
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