I want to ask, about the use of Movie-maker or any other sound editing soft ware. how it works? or we could be edit the sound file by the Movie-maker or sony sound editing software? i could not be able to save the file after cuttin or editing it.
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Not being able to save a file sounds like a licensing issue. Many softwares allow you to work with them in "demo" mode. If you want to save your work, then you have to purchase a (usually) license key that you can input to allow the software to fully function.
But in Movie-maker which is in built in XP windows it can be done means edit with this movie maker. i saw one of the person did it before me. no license were not required only save is the problem i am missing this part. i used Sony sound editing software. they showed it in their show , it is very easy but the final part of saving the file requires some technical issue. Can you try it and solve the issue for me.
Okay, any messages? What is or isn't happening? What are you getting, nothing or a bad file?
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If you open Program then open Movie-Maker in Windows XP, you can import any sound file /media player file, you can drag it to the timeline at the bottom of window, where files opens and plays its content, then you can edit or Add something, then you can save the changes with other names. But the last portion of this is not accomplishing successfully. Why?