I was creating a Movie Maker project, and when attempting to zoom in on the timeline, I accidentally clicked on the microphone icon, which I guess allows you to create narration, which I do not want. Then, I clicked on Done, not knowing how else to get out of it, and then clicking undo, I proceeded to edit the particular clip I was working on, only to find that I now have no audio in the entire project!?? I cannot seem to find a way to resolve this problem, and have tried everything I can think of, to do so!
Windows Essentials 2012 included Windows Movie Maker, Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Live Writer, Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Family Safety and the OneDrive desktop app for Windows. Although it is no longer available for download, already installed applications will continue to work as they do today. Windows Movie Maker gives you the tools to create, edit, and share home movies. Compile and edit a movie from video clips with drag-and-drop functionality. Add special effects, music, and narration with ease.
I have sound on the computer - playing music & video, via Windows Media Player, just to make sure! Autocad free download for pc. So, I am really stumped, and needless to say, frustrated! Can someone help me with this issue?
Hi, This forum is used to discuss anything related to media, including Media Center and burning CDs/DVDs in Windows 7. You problem is a Windows Live Movie Maker related issue, I suggest that you may post your question to the following site, you could get more useful information there: Hope this problem could be solved soon.
Install Windows Movie Maker 2.6 For Windows 7
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Windows Movie Maker is a DVD & Video software developed by Microsoft Corporation. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Windows Movie Maker: Maker 2.6 is for users whose computer cannot run the Vista version of Movie Maker.
To test if your computer can run the Vista version of Movie Maker: 1. From the Start menu, click All Programs. Click Windows Movie Maker. If Movie Maker launches, you should not download version 2.6. If you get an error message that says, ' Windows Movie Maker cannot start because your video card does not support the required level of hardware acceleration or hardware acceleration is not available', download and install Movie Maker 2.6. Top of pageTop of System requirements Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista, Windows Vista Ultimate Movie Maker 2.6 requires a version of Microsoft Windows Vista that has the Vista version of Movie Maker already installed.