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okie somkie, here is the prob i CAN open wmm but when i add a clip it takes for every to come on and when i add a tile or credits i cant use caps it turns off if i do :tazz:

is there any thing i can do to fix it.

Specs:

Windows xp pro sp2

nividia geforce 6200

700mb+ ram

BTW the clips i add are not big 1mb - 5mb

Edited by customcomp, 20 September 2005 - 01:41 PM.

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any ideas?
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i dont know.

but i have one question for you.
the windows movie maker i have cant edit files that are not related to it's type.
which means, i cant anyhow edit videos.
does your's can ?
if so, can i know what's the version ?

and uhm. for others who's reading this.
is there any other good video editing prog out therE?
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im not sure i cant get the flaming thing to stay on long enuff to edit anything.

But there are may editing program about:

adobe premiere ( biggest one going ) but it its hard to learn if your used to drag and drop stuff.

pinnical

dazzle

magic

and many MANY more. btw google knows lots of editing programs

Edited by customcomp, 21 September 2005 - 12:05 PM.

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