The videos that we have downloaded from digital camera or online video sites are in MOV format. Every time when you put MOV to Windows Movie Maker, it stops working? Your Windows Movie Maker even can't recognize your MOV files? These are the common problems encountered by many Windows Movie Maker users. Since Windows Movie Maker provides best support for WMV video files. To solve the problem, you just need to convert MOV to WMV format.

Actually, it's not as difficult as you imagine. What you need is a just a common video converter like EaseFab Video Converer. It supports creating high quality WMV video for your Windows Movie Maker from any device and source. You can convert & process footage in virtually any format, incl. hevc, h.264, mp4, mkv, avi, wmv, m2ts, avchd, in whatever resolution or codec to WMV so as to use them in Windows Movie Maker without any trouble. The guide below will teach you how to convert and import MOV to Windows Movie Maker so you can make engaging movies with MOV, HEVC, MP4, WMV and other video files.

[Tutorial] How to Convert MOV to WMV for Movie Maker

Step 1. Add MOV video files

After install and run Video Converter, click Add Video button to load MOV files from hard drive or portable devices. "Dragging and droppping" works too. (Note: batch conversion is supported, so you can several mov videos to the program to convert at a time.)

Load MOV Files

Step 2. Set WMV as the output format

Hit the Profile bar and move mouse cursor to Common Video category and select WMV as the output format for encoding MOV to Windows Movie Maker. You can adjust the output resolution by clicking the Settings button.

Select WMV for Converting MOV to Windows Movie Maker

Step 3. Start the conversion

When everything is ready, click the Convert button and all the imported MOV video files will be converted to WMV format by this MOV to Windows Movie Maker Video Converter.

When the conversion completes, open Windows Movie Maker and click Import or Import Video on the left to import your video to the movie collection and drag and drop to the timeline for editing.