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Windows Movie Maker

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    OK, so I've been using Movie Maker to convert .avi files to .wmv so I can watch them over my 360 on my TV. Everything had been going fine until tonight: every time I try to import or drag and drop a file into Movie Maker is gives me some error message saying it needs to close. I even tried reinstalling it and Windows Media Encoder does the same thing. Any ideas? Or, are there any alternative programs I can use?

    Just tried to import a .mpeg and it worked fine..hmmmm
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    Hmm, I though the 360 could support divx AVI files now.
    Anyway, if you want to stream media off of your PC other than WMVs just get a program called TVersity, it will let you stream nearly anything.
    pbmaster says thanks.
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    The main thing I want to do is still be able to watch all my stuff on my TV. It's just odd that Movie Maker stopped working all of a sudden.
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    Thanks for that program man, works way better than the Zune software for me.
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    No problems. :toast:

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