N/APosted on - 05/29/2015
If some body has made slow motion video from iPhone 6 and while transferring to Windows live movie maker it becomes broken up. What should be done in this situation? Is there any way to upload the video as it appears in camera roll to Windows live movie maker without it becoming broken up and pix-elated?
Slow motion video in iPhone 6
If your video appears to be broken or pixilated when transferred to Windows Live Movie Maker, check what version of Windows Live Essentials you are using. You are probably using Windows Live Essentials 2009. Install a much later version of Windows Live Essentials to replace your current version of Windows Live Movie Maker. Windows Live Essentials is a suite of applications which includes the following applications:
Windows Live Mail
Windows Live Movie Maker
Windows Live Writer
Try installing Windows Live Essentials 2011. Windows Live Essentials 2012, according to a website, the installer is pretty unstable. Windows Live Essentials 2011, on the other hand, installs very smoothly. You can also download Windows Live Essentials 2011 from Windows Live Essentials 2011 Direct Offline Installer. Windows Live Essentials 2011 works on Windows Vista Service Pack 2, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2.