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Need Video Help...Please!

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#1 ocean77


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Posted 21 February 2015 - 07:08 PM

I am getting so frustrated with this. I've spent 6 hrs on this and that is way to much for this I know. My wife did a recording on Windows Movie Maker (Windows 7 OS) and she wants to put it on Youtube, but Youtube will not except the WLMB File type. I have tried 6 different Video Converters, but the same thing happens. It starts out frr and then they say because the file is so large you will only be allowed to convert 1/3 and the rest will have to be done with a Premium account. This was suppose to be posted yesterday and I really let my wife down. I know this is my problem, but I could sure use some help getting this on Youtube. Thank you!

It appears that the size is 144MB and 27 minutes in length. I also have a 7 second music intro and then she speaks the remaining time..

Edited by ocean77, 21 February 2015 - 08:29 PM.

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Posted 25 February 2015 - 12:09 PM

good afternoon dear ocean77


i think your problem may be the duration of your video and not the format you have saved your video file


youtube support nearly all video formats lie windows media video (wmv), avi, mp4, videos from mobile phones (3gp, mp4) but your allowed to upload up to 15 minutes of material


the size does not matter


you have to register by giving your mobile number in order to be able to upload videos of any duration


you can find the registration details in your youtube account


i do not have any experience with movie maker in windows 7 but i think you can save your video files as windows media video (wmv) 


alternative you can download movie maker 2 for windows xp for free, just search for windows movie maker 2


i assume that you can run windows movie maker 2 on windows 7


some youtube tutorials







good luck

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