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Windows MovieMaker

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Danyo, Feb 13, 2007.

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  1. Danyo

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    I have some clips that I want to edit. When the clips are imported into WMM they load in, but comes up with an error. The error: Event type BEX P1:Moviemk.exe P2:2033120 P3:3e038613 P4:cometl32.dll P5:602900.2982 P6:44ef1b33 P7:0004e967 P8:e000409 P9:00000000. Then the program closes.

    I can view the clips using using WMP ver 10.
     
  2. D0C_Hol1d@y

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    What kind of clips are they? Do you know the format? Are they avi, mpeg or so on?
     
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    Sorry should have mentioned the format of the files. They are Windows Media Audio/Video format. Thats why I said they were able to play with Windows Media Player.
     
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    Just out of curiousity I loaded the video clip on to another computer running ME os also using WMM. I was able to edit the clip without any problems. After saving the edited clip I ran it on the XP os machine, the edited clip worked without any problems. Didn't come up with any errors, ie comctl32.dll.
    Anybody have any thoughts about that? Able to edit with ME..error with XP.
     
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    Maybe a corrupt kernel or something.
     
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