Win.Live Movie maker and Burner

  geo6 16:43 PM 16 Mar 12
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Since using Live movie maker and burner(win7) I am getting some really poor results{double images) when making movie and slideshow dvd's for TV. Previous version on Vista was quite adequate. Am I missing something? Reluctant to buy stand alone software if I'm getting it wrong

  Bris 17:04 PM 16 Mar 12

click here and expand the Live movie maker section it may provide some clues. With regard to the filters mentioned you can see what filters are in place in Movie maker by TOOLS>OPTIONS>COMPATIBILITY which will allow you to turn off individual filters. Also in the advanced tab make sure that PAL is selected, however I dont know what effect NTSC rendered movies would have if played on a PAL player.

  eedcam 18:40 PM 16 Mar 12

If previous versions were only adequate you must be doing something wrong paricicularly with Photos in slide shows.The only way they should not be nigh on perfect is if the are not perfect to begin with What format is the original video in and are you converting it more than once .Have you as advised chosen Pal dv for the burning and are you burning at a low speed

  geo6 20:09 PM 16 Mar 12

Always burned in Pal. All filters are off. Import video and photos thru camera software. AVI and Jpeg. Burned at 8x. Can't understand why this tried and tested method now gives me crap. Even the in ware generated titles and captions suffer the same double image. Gunna try loading previous photos and project files to compare then start hitting the free stuff.

  lotvic 21:32 PM 16 Mar 12

You can have the same MM6 that you had on Vista installed on W7 (no need to uninstall Live movie maker - you can have both installed at same time) It is Free and no catches, just has the necessary installer added to make it install on W7

ClickHere for the installer author and download link. Also available on softpedia download

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