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marthaclone

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I made a quick movie using windows movie maker, now I am having a hard time finding a host that supports .mswmm so I can upload it there to put it on my webpage. Maybe I am going the long way around about this, so if you know a easier way I am always open to suggestions. :tazz:
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The problem is that format/filetype is just an intermediate format for producing movies. You want to convert it to a .wmv, .asf or another of the advanced system format filetypes that windows media player supports.

Edited by Tyger, 09 September 2005 - 01:43 PM.

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Try importing the movie into flash mx 2004 ( if flash supports that type of video file ) and exporting it as 1 swf.
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You might also want to check your hosts TOS as streaming video consumes quite a bit of bandwidth (this is of course dependant on the size of your video stream).

You also might find your bandwidth allocation maxing out on you if you get a sufficient amount of streams from your video clip...

Just a friendly FYI...
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Thank you all for your help! I really appreciate it.
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