You may encounter some weird problems when import and open iPhone videos in Windows Movie Maker like no picture, video preview lag, render slowly or even program crashed. The reason is that iPhone videos are recorded in .MOV format encoded with H.264, which can’t be recognized by Windows Movie Maker. This tutorial will quickly walk you through how to drag and drop iPhone videos including iPhone 7 videos to Windows Movie Maker timeline for editing without hassle.
As is known, the iPhones (including iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 4S, etc.) record videos in .mov format. However, the MOV is not supported natively by Windows Movie Maker. So you need to convert the MOV to Windows Movie Maker compatible format like WMV before editing. ctually, it’s not as difficult as you imagine. What’s need is a just a common video converter like Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. It supports creating high quality WMV video for your Windows Movie Maker on Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista, no matter what’s the format of your iPhone video or other source video files.
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Step 1. Add iPhone video files
First download and install Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. When complete, start this program from “Convert” menu or Windows desktop.
Step 2. Set WMV as the output format
Click the format icon on the right to open the format list, and select “WMV” as the output format from Common Video or HD Video. If you want to make changes to the video settings like resolution, bit rate and other settings, click the “Settings” button at bottom.
Step 3. Convert iPhone video to Windows Movie Maker
When everything is ready, click the “Convert” button and all the imported iPhone video files will be converted to WMV format by this iPhone video to Windows Movie Maker Video Converter.
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