Hey, I've been having this problem re-occur for the past several months or more. Please oh PLEASE read this whole thing, cuz I need to get the most accurate respones there is. People who don't read all of it may be missing part of my message, so PLEASE try to read the whole thing!!
I have an Aiptek A-HD+ 1080p HD camcorder with 640x480 (VGA). I captured analog video (640x480 VGA) from my video game to the camcorder. The file that this is is a .mov/.mp4, but when I go to its properties, it says it's NSmov. Does that mean anything?
I need a program that can convert NSmov/.mov/.mp4/H.264/AVC or stuff like that, and that will be able to import into Windows Movie Maker without it giving me crap that says the file is invalid or corrupt.
I've been throught about 20 or more different video converters, and they all don't fit my needs. Some of the most well known converters I've used but didn't satisfy me or work were:
Any Video Converter
AVS Video Converter
basically any video converter program u can throw at me, I've tried it. It's like my video clips r some kind of superb undefeatable monster, and the converters r little amateur warriors trying to stop them. Seriously!!! That's a really good way to put it to help u guys udnerstand my case
I have been using a superb freeware program called SUPER (Simplified Universal ? Encoder and Renderer) for the past few months with out having problems, but then when the newer version (build 3.5) came out, the program malfunctioned and doesn't work anymore, and no one else can use it either.
I always converted my .mov files to .asf with SUPER, and they were PERFECT. They played great and they were acceptable by Windows Movie Maker. I have about 10 or more videos on my YouTube that were .mov files originally, but were converted to .asf and them edited in Windows Movie Maker.
So is there any FREE NSmov/.mov/.mp4/H.264/AVC to .asf converters out there like SUPER? I need to use a converter that DOES NOT screw up the videos like make it go in slow motion or mess up codecs or watever. I need these clips to be converted to .asf, they need to function properly, and they need to be acceptable by Windwos Movie Maker.
So can anyone help this wretch solve his conversion problems for...oh...about the 2nd time?
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without the detailed specs on your vid files it's hard to guess what would work.
Originally Posted by minidv2dvd
Here, this is the most recent video I made using the help of SUPER. I converted this video clip .mov to .asf with WMV7 codec, all in SUPER:
Originally Posted by minidv2dvd
Now that u have it, can u try to find a program to convert it to a format for Windows Movie Maker to accept, and then send me the link to the program u successfully converted the clip with (and was accepted by WMM)? Thx a lot.
You have about 10 threads on the same subject LOL.
You are limited by using WMM which is crappy. Basically you should stick to WMV otherwise you have problems importing into WMM
Use wmvmuxer to convert to .wmv. You can change the aspect ratio (it should be 4/3, but wmvmuxer assumes 1:1 so you get 1.5 DAR with a 720x480 frame ) with wmvarchanger
You need ffdshow installed with h264 enabled (set to libavcodec), and aac enabled in the audio configuration.
Your clips are pretty crappy quality to begin with, so use a higher bitrate profile to minimize the quality loss
Here is both the orginal and converted wmv (I cut your original to 5sec tiny clip); I tested and it works fine importing into WMM