each to his own....
give a car to some and it crashes or doesn't work ... give the same car to
others and it runs fine.
I teach Movie Maker at my local library. Just before each class they set up
the room with a dozen Sony Vaio laptops.... never used for Movie Maker until
my classes.... and the users are new to the software. The funny thing is
that in the classes we capture video from my camcorder, make movies, publish
them, etc. No matter which of the randomly selected computers we use for the
class, the movie-making works fine.
There are lots of other video editing software packages to use... I
encourage users to get them for the added features. Movie Maker is
entry-level starter software.
My libary classes use XP, not Vista... but Movie Maker in Vista is about the
same as XP.
website references are to www.papajohn.org
"Adam Albright" <AA@ABC.net> wrote in message
> On Sat, 9 Jun 2007 13:30:37 -0400, "PapaJohn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Only the Home Premium and Ultimate versions of Vista can handle DVDs an
>>inputs.... and if it can't then you need to do file conversions. See my
>>website's Import Movie Source Files > Video > Discs page.
> Kind of stupid of Microsoft to call it Movie Maker then, don't you
> Face it, Movie Maker is basically JUNK that is prone to crash or
> simply not work. Even under the best of conditions it doesn't work
> well. WHY would anybody in their right mind that wants to try to make
> videos use it, beats me. There are many other applications out there
> that are way better and don't crash constantly.
> You can either spend your time fighting with Microsoft crap or spend
> your time making videos. Kind of obvious which choice smart people