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Conveting a .mswmm audi file into mP3

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Please help me!!! I'm trying to convert a windows movie maker audio file into an mP3 so i can upload it to my website. The proble arose when I needed to edit a 57 minute audio track into 3 minutes, so the program I used was windows movie maker. The problem with this file is that it only allows you to save your project as a .mswmm file. Can you please help me, i'm desperate. Thank you.
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I have a quick way that usually works. Right click on the file you want to convert, select copy. I suggest doing this so you don't mess up the original file in case this doesn't work. Paste the file you just copied onto your desktop or into a different directory than the original file. Then right click the file, select rename. Delete the extension only off the name of the file (.mswmm, .wav, etc) in place of the original extension, add .mp3 instead. Once you click off the file, it will give you a warning that changing the extension could make the file unreadable, select ok.

If it worked, you will now have a .mp3 file you can play. If it didn't work, you will know it. This is the easiest way, but not always the best. :tazz:

If it doesn't work let me know, I didn't have a .mswmm file to try it on...but I do it for all others I need changed. I can always try another way if it doesn't help. :)
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