Windows Live Movie Maker is the simplest and easiest to use version of Movie Makersystems that runs on windows 7, vista and xp. It can handle a much broader variety of source files, has a minimal number of editing features, and more hooks into online host services such as YouTube.
Windows Movie Maker6.0 in Windows Vista includes new effects and transitions, and support for the DVR-MS file format that Windows Media Center records television in.Movie Maker 2.6 is for Windows Vista users whose computer cannot run the Vista version of Movie Maker.
Movie Maker Version 2.1, a minor update, is included in Windows XP Service Pack 2. The Movie Maker in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 had more transitions and support for DVD burning.
Some video format like XAVC, MXF, DivX, Xvid, FLV, etc are not recognized by Movie Maker. So, if you want to import those videos into Windows Movie Maker for editing, you'll be rejected. In cases like this, you can turn to a different video editing software which supports those formats. If you don't want to give up Windows Movie Maker, you can convert the videos to Windows Movie Maker supported formats and then import the converted videos into Windows Movie Maker.
iOrgSoft Video Editor is a great choice to replace Windows Movie Maker to customize and edit your videos for further use (backup to DVDs, or upload to YouTube for sharing). It offers simple yet useful editing functions including cropping, splitting, transitions, video effects, subtitles, and more. Additionally, it can export videos by converting them a more easy-to-play format for playback on various video players, applications and portable devices.