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Windows 7: Windows Live Movie Maker Saving Problem

01 Sep 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 
Windows Live Movie Maker Saving Problem

Hello everyone,

I am using Windows Live Movie Maker to combine a few of my videos into one, and in order to do that I drag the avi files into the movie maker. Then I export it as a wmv file in 1080p resolution. The avi files that I put into the movie maker are full screen 1080 resolution, but after long minutes of saving, I open the file only to see that the video is not full size. When I full-screen the saved wmv, The video only covers about two thirds of the screen area, leaving the outside area just black.

I have attached two files: Screen1 is the original avi at full screen, and Screen2 is the saved wmv at full screen.

Thanks so much for your help in advance!




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