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Re: Thick Green Line After Movie is Published 4/28/2007 4:43:35 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi, I had a problem with my prieview being upside down in MM and causing MM to crash, this prompted me to download xvid codec. This seemed to work and let me edit the video. Then I published it and had the green line. I have since on considerate_guys's suggestion uninstalled the xvid codec and downloaded the vista codec package, back to the same problem of upside down video and MM bailing out I am afraid. Just a qick question considerate guy, what file type do you work with in MM, I am ...

Re: Windows movie maker vista problem 4/27/2007 6:57:08 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi, I am experiencing the same problem, I just posted before seeing this. I have used G-Spot and it tells me that the codec status is undetermined? Any ideas? Dave

Green Screen Of Death!! 4/27/2007 6:46:05 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Ok thats a slight over-reaction, but I am having problems with my published movies. I have converted DVD files into AVI to use in MM. I make the movie and it previews fine within MM but when I publish it to wherever it is destined the top half of the video is fine but the bottom half shows a big green blob??? Does anyone know what this might be? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Dave

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