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Old Oct 12, 2004, 02:29 PM
Suzuke Suzuke is offline
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I get the same error message. I wonder if it works if ya start the.exe with Windows98 emulation feature that comes with WindowsXP...? I'll try it tom. or something.

By the way- hey guyz!! This is my 1st post here!

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Yeah. Great. It works.
Unzip the movie creater package, then right-click on the setup.exe file. Click on 'Properties' and in the upcoming window on 'Compatibility' and mark 'Start program in Compatibility mode for:' and choose 'Windows 98'. That's it. Now you can install the movie creater and start the app to create your own DC moviez (by the way, ya don't have to do the emu thing again on the application.exe, too ^-^).

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Old Oct 14, 2004, 10:31 AM
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I was wondering how to reduce the sega video files? iI know you can convert it to a mpeg 1 file and re store it to a sfd file but how do people reduce its size?
convert the sfd file to a mpg fle. Now, convert the mpg to a avi file because DC Movie Maker can't open mpg files, only avi files (1. or use a program the edit video files and save it aas .avi with 25% compression).

2. And now use a program to edit the avi file (there's really good freeware stuff out there) and open the avi, save it, compress the file (25% compression), done.

3. Simply create a new .avi files with just ~10frames and use the DC Movie Maker, save the file give it the name of an already existing sfd file. Replace the old sfd file with the new one.

Be sure the check the box 'Use identical files' so DC Movie Maker will use the sound from the avi file.

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