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Windows movie maker

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Canny Scot, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. Canny Scot

    Canny Scot Flightless Bird

    Hi

    I have just linked up my sony handycam to my computer which is running vista
    32 bit. I managed to download video on to windows movie maker. I also have
    Roxio 2009 installed and when I switched to this to download the remainder
    of the video it did not recognise the video camera as being connected.

    When I switched back to Movie Maker, it does not recognise the camera being
    connected either. Compatibility issues?

    Thanks
     
  2. R. McCarty

    R. McCarty Flightless Bird

    Probably you'll have better luck with a Vista or Roxio forum posting.

    As a general rule when you replace a Windows feature with a 3rd
    party app it's best to use the 3rd-party one. Some USB devices draw
    the limit of 500-mA of current and may cause an overload where the
    device disappears from the Device table even though it's plugged in.

    "Canny Scot" <Canny Scot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:E2857ACB-A377-4561-9F4E-049DA8AA6E88@microsoft.com...
    > Hi
    >
    > I have just linked up my sony handycam to my computer which is running
    > vista
    > 32 bit. I managed to download video on to windows movie maker. I also
    > have
    > Roxio 2009 installed and when I switched to this to download the
    > remainder
    > of the video it did not recognise the video camera as being connected.
    >
    > When I switched back to Movie Maker, it does not recognise the camera
    > being
    > connected either. Compatibility issues?
    >
    > Thanks
     

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