You can do it, go to papajohns site, on the left side of the screen it showsWindows Movie Maker will not accept a mov. file video. Only takes pics for a slide show presentation.You will have to install a converter and a compressor first. It's a total pain.
Sorry about that, the link was to the site. I mentioned that the 'specific info' was on the left hand side. Didn't have time to go into details had to go out to feed.Filipowicz, I found the file after a little searching but your link didn't go directly there. You have to click on "Import Movie Source File" on the left menu bar, then "Video," then scroll down to MOV and click on that. Thanks for the resource!
I don't think that's true, Marty. The videos I made on my computer with that program are huge. YOUTUBE compresses the quality to be about 10% of what it is on my laptop.Yes you guys that do it that way in movie maker are limited to 10MB that way and have to edit your movies and cut out parts etc. and you loose a lot of quality.