Can’t import Android Video to Windows Movie Maker- Solution

No matter have an Android phone or tablet at hand, you probably would like to capture some videos with it. At least I have had the experience. While, something frustrating, when I tried importing Android video to Windows Movie Maker for editing, I got this error: the file could not be imported. What can I do to fix this?

I have researched the web, tried to follow these instructions and finally solve the Android video to Windows Movie Maker incompatible issues. Below is the solution I share with you.

Windows Movie Maker is most popular video editing. Basically it can only support WMV, AVI format. The point here is, mostly, the video you shot by your Android phone is .3gp or .mp4 format, both of which are not friendly for editing in Windows Movie Maker. In order to make the videos from Android compatible with Windows Movie Maker, the easy workaround is to convert Android video to Windows Movie Maker most likely format like .wmv with a 3rd party video app.

1. Download and install Brorsoft Video Converter

It works as a best Android video converter. Applying it, you can transcode Android files to Windows (Live) Movie Maker supported WMV, AVI, etc. with high output video quality. Plus, it can also help you to convert Android videos to MOV, FLV, AVI, MKV, MPG, etc. for different uses.

2. Launch Android video converter and click add button to import source video files to the program.

3. Click Format bar and choose “HD Video” > “WMV HD(*.wmv)” as the output video format. AVI is also the choice.

Tip: If you like, adjust video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, the Codec of Video and Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the Settings button on the main interface for getting the best quality.

4. Hit the Convert button to start the conversion; it will convert Android videos to Windows Movie Maker friendly format.

After the conversion, you can get the converted Android videos from output folder for further editing with Windows Movie Maker without trouble.

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