MSWMM is the file format what Windows Movie Maker saves the project as. Windows Movie Maker is the video editing software, which can create, edit and share your own customized family movies by simple operation. What video formats that you can import to Windows Movie Maker are ASF, AVI, WMV, the audio format includes WAV, AND, AU, AIF, AIFF, etc. You can save the video as MSWMM format at last. However, you can not upload the MSWMM video format to YouTube because YouTube is not compatible with this format, and it supports AVI video format, so you can firstly convert MSWMM to AVI.
AnyMP4 Video Converter can help you solve this problem, and it can convert MSWMM to AVI with fast speed and great high quality. So it can be also called MSWMM to AVI Converter. Besides, it can convert various video formats to what you need. And you can play them on your portable devices such as iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C, iPod touch, iPod nano, Samsung Galaxy S6, Surface, Google Nexus, etc. Besides, it provides you with some powerful video editing functions such as trimming, cropping, merging, watermarking, etc. Now this guide will help you how to convert MSWMM to AVI as below.
You should firstly download this MSWMM to AVI Converter from our website and install it on your computer.
You can click “Profile” drop-down list to open a new list where you can set the output format in the search box. And it will show up in the right list.
After adding video to this software, you can select one video, then click “Crop” button in the main interface to open the “Edit” window, where you can crop the video frame by setting the width and height.
In the “Edit” window, you can click “Watermark” button to add text or picture to the screen of the video. And you can adjust the transparency as you like.
At the last step, you can click “Convert” button to start to convert MSWMM to AVI with the MSWMM to AVI Converter.
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AVI is a multimedia container format, and the AVI files can contain both audio and video data in a file container that allows synchronous audio-with-video playback. It supports multiple streaming audio and video although these features are seldom used. An AVI file takes the form of a single chunk in a RIFF formatted file, which is then subdivided into two mandatory “chunks” and one optional “chunk”.