For all Windows editing fans, the following guide is written to you learn more details on how to import our videos, photos or audio files into Windows Movie Maker for nice editing. So in this Windows Movie Maker Tutorial guide, we can learn the supported video, audio or picture file formats for Windows Movie Maker, so we need a brief introduction of Windows Movie Maker, right? Any more interests here?
Windows Movie Maker’s charming ability attracts so much attention:
Creating movies from pictures and videos is a breeze with Windows Movie Maker. Once you have your pictures and video clips imported into Windows Movie Maker, you can get right down to applying AutoMovie Themes, creating title clips and credits, setting your project to music and adding animations and transitions. But before you can begin, you’ll have to import your multimedia. In this first part of our series on Windows Movie Maker, we’ll show you just how to do that.
Specific details on Windows Movie Maker supported formats
Video files: .asf, .avi, .dvr-ms, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, and .wmv
Audio files: .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wma
Picture files: .bmp, .dib, .emf, .gif, .jfif, .jpe, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff, and .wmf
How to import videos, photo or audio files into Windows Movie Maker?
When you install the Windows Movie Maker on your computer, open the main interface and you can click the ’Add videos and photos’ button in the Home ribbon of Windows Live Movie Maker. From there, you can browse to the media files you’d like to add. Just like the screen shot follows:
For another way, you can take this Windows Movie Maker Tutorial video as a reference:
Additional question: How could we import those incompatible video files to Windows Movie Maker for editing?
Answers: Fortunately, we here can introduce you the professional Windows Movie Maker called Pavtube Video Converter for Windows which is especially designed for Windows users’ requirements of editing or playing unavailable videos in NLEs or media players. What’s more, this new upgraded version can support the H.265/HEVC videos, do you wanna a try?
Conclusion: As you can see, it would be much easier for us to import video/audio/photo files to Windows Movie Maker. For various videos, are you now still worried about the problem of importing files into Windows Movie Maker?