Many people have tried Windows "Live"
Movie Maker and complained about the lack of a traditional timeline, loss of narration ability, no view of music waveform, etc. In addition, if you have been building up a library of custom titles/transitions/effects under Windows Movie Maker 6.0 (from Vista), you've probably found you can't use these in WLMM since the rendering architecture has changed again.
The good news is you can still use the latest version of Windows Movie Maker 6.0 from Vista. You can do this manually by copying the files from a Vista machine, registering some DLLs and creating a shortcut in your start menu. Or you can just use the installers I created below: (and below there was: Movie Maker 6.0 for Windows 7 (64-bit) and MM 6.0 for Windows 7 (32-bit) Downloads. ___/ So i didn't even had to copy any file, i simply made the download (the 64-bit) and automatically it went into C:\Program Files\Movie Maker (not the (x86) program folder). For this, does my WMM 6.0 problems got something to do with any download or "extra-step", administrator issue, etc i also must do?