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changing from MSWMM to WAV or all files? H E L P !


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mkophaw

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im trying to convert my mswmm video to be a wav format. any help????
please :tazz:
thankksss

Edited by mkophaw, 11 October 2005 - 05:22 PM.

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Can you check the formats as WAV is an audio format

Can you also say where you intend to output the file to
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what is an mswmm anyway?
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Look here for Microsoft Windows Movie Maker

http://www.microsoft...er/default.mspx

You may find this useful for getting information

http://www.windowsmo...ms/Default.aspx
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Hello,

Another option would be to export your video as an AVI file in Windows Movie Maker and then use the free opensource VirtualDUB to re-save the AVI file with the sound in WAV format. You can download VirtualDUB at:

http://www.virtualdub.org/

To get your AVI file with WAV audio:
1) Start up VirtualDub
2) Load up your AVI file
3) Click "Audio" -> "Full Processing Mode"
4) When you click "Audio", you should see a little black circle next to "Full Processing Mode"
5) Click "Audio" -> "Compression"
6) In the new window, select "No Compression (PCM)" audio for uncompressed WAV audio
7) Click "File" -> "Save AVI as..."
8) That's it!

Cheers,
Tom
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hey thanks a lot you guys!
im gonna try all that you gave me.
i appreciate it &if i have any problems ill let ya know.
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