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Dec 31

Why Windows Movie Maker won’t Work on Windows 10

Summary: I find many Windows 10 users said they have trouble with Windows Movie Maker in the discussion board. Don’t upset. This article will show you the causes in detail and give you some tips to fix it.

Microsoft provides a built-in video editor on Windows 10 – Windows Movie Maker, which is just like iMovie on Mac OS X El Capitan. Due to the openness of Windows 10, it can be installed on some devices with old hardware. Here comes the problem. The video editing work in Windows Movie Maker requires quite high hardware. So if the hardware of your Windows 10 PC is too low or old, then Windows Movie Maker won’t Work. And a message like the picture below will pop up.

In order to prevent this issue from happening to you, please make sure that your Windows 10 computer meets all necessary requirements before launching Windows Movie Maker. To let you edit videos in Windows Movie Maker with no problem, I would suggest you to upgrade the hardware of your Window 10 PC to meet the necessary requirements.

If the issue mentioned above still persists and the solutions offered above didn’t solve the problem, the best way is to look for an alternative to Windows Movie Maker, such as Pavtube Video Converter. Just like Windows Movie Maker, this video editor allows you to add videos, pictures, audio, and make a snapshot. It also enables you to add a new subtitle on the selected videos, as well as captions. In the meantime, this video converter supports for exporting videos as multiple formats or trim videos for uploading to Facbook, YouTube, etc.

How to Make Windows Movie Maker Work on Windows 10

Step 1. First, run this video editor. Click “Add Video” or “Add from folder” button to browse and choose your videos, or you can drag and drop files to its interface.

Step 2. Then click “Edit” button and the video editor window will pop up. You can use the video editor to do many editing work like cutting unwanted segments, cropping annoying black edges in your videos, adding watermarks for remarks or fun, adding special effects, etc.

Step 3. In the “Format” list, you can see a large number of preset output profiles in there. Just choose what you want according to your needs.

Step 4. Finally, go back to main UI and click the big “Convert” button. This video converter will start to output the final videos. Once the process is done, you can find your videos by clicking “Open” button. Enjoy!

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