How do I convert a Quicktime video to Windows Movie Maker?
Generally Windows Movie Maker support .asf, .avi, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, .wmv. If you use Vista it also support .dvr-ms.
So you can convert your MOV file to any of them above,You need a QuickTime Converter, I recommend you Ultra QuickTime Converter. It can help you convert QuickTime MOV, QT, MP4, M4V files to AVI, DivX, Xvid, MPEG1, MPEG2, VCD, SVCD, DVD, WMV format.
Part1. Convert a Quicktime video to Windows Movie Maker support format
Step 2.2 Drag slider to set start time and end time for your split. Or you can edit the "Start Time" and "End Time" boxes to set the start time and the end time:
Step 3.2 Click "Browser..." button to load a subtitle file for the selected video, then select Subtitle Charset, Subtitle Font and Subtitle Text Size as you like:
Step 4. Click "Browser..." button to choose an output path for output converted files:
Step 5. Click "Output Format" combo-box to choose Windows Movie Maker format(.WMV) accroding to your need:
Step 7. After our software shows "complete" for the converting job, please click "Open" menu item, you will reach the output folder directly, from where you will find the output converted files:
Run Windows Movie Maker, in the “Movie Task” section, click “Add Video” to browse your computer and load the converted files, and then start to make your own movie as the following picture shows.
NOTE: Many folks ask how to convert Windows Movie Maker file (*.MSWMM) to other video format, while actually .MSWMM file is not a video format. It is a temporary project file of Movie Maker (more like a record file). Just open this file in Windows Movie Maker and save it to your computer --- Go to Movie Tasks bar > Finish Movie > Save to my computer. Then you will have a WMV file which can be converted to another video format or burned to DVD.