I've a bunch of video clips and I'm using them and trying to compile an integral video with Windows Movie Maker but now I've met a problem. I've used Windows Movie Maker's function which should transform a Windows Movie Maker project (MSWMM) to a format that I can play with a media player. That works but then there is an annoying green balk which cover a half of the display and distort an aspect ratio of the video. There are also normal photos in the video and this balk doesn't exist with them. The balk doesn't either exist with clips but only on the video that I've processed with Windows Movie Maker.
Here's a pic about the "complete" video and the balk when I try to play it with Windows Media Player:
Does anyone know how I can create a video without that ugly balk?
*a cute smile*
Well... I downloaded a transformer which transform the format of clips (.AVI) to another format. I tried Movie Maker with another clips in another format (.wmw) and I can compile a video without that balk. So my Windows Movie Maker can't compile .AVI format properly? ****. The quality of transformed .wmw is obviously worse than original .AVI so maybe I should next to try a find a new video manipulation program which would work with .AVI too?