How to Import DVD to Windows Movie Maker for Editing
Most of the time, we really enjoy using Windows Movie Maker to perform basic edits on your videos. However, when you want to edit a DVD movie with Windows Movie Maker to build a new DVD, you would get frustrated with the DVD format. This guide will give some tips for importing DVD to Windows Movie Maker so that you can be out of the trouble.
Windows Movie Maker probably won't import directly from a DVD since most DVDs are copyrighted. (Standard video DVDs are a little more complicated than just a video file on a disc, which would be a data DVD.) You'll need to get the video off of the DVD and convert DVD to Windows Movie Maker compatible format, and then open, use it with Windows Movie Maker. Here comes Brorsoft DVD Ripper, as the right all-in-one DVD ripping and converting tool for you.
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Easy steps to convert DVD to Windows Movie Maker editable video
1. Import DVD files
Insert your DVD disc to the drive, then launch the DVD to Windows Movie Make Converter and click the "Load Disc" button to have the DVD content imported. After DVD has been loaded, you can select subtitles, choose audio tracks, preview DVD and take snapshots as you like.
2. Choose Windows Movie Maker format
Hit the "Format" box and select "HD Video -->WMV HD(*.wmv)" on the dropdown menu as output format. Besides, you can also choose Divx HD(*.avi) as output if you have not installed the .wmv codec.
Tip: Advanced Settings(optional)
Click the "Settings" icon, and you can adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel in the interface according to your needs and optimize the output file quality. You'd better keep the balance of your video quality and video size.
3. Start DVD to Windows Movie Maker conversion
After all necessary settings, click the Convert button to start converting DVD movies to Windows Movie Maker compatible files. After the conversion, find your converted video clips in the destination folder and add them to Windows Movie Maker for further editing.
4. Edit DVD with Windows Movie Maker
Run Windows Movie Maker, in the "Movie Task" bar, click "Add Video" to browse your computer and located the converted files, and then you can start to make personal movies.
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