Aug 272012
 

Download and Convert YouTube Videos to Windows Live Movie Maker Supported WMV for Easy Edit

Introduction

Windows Live Movie Maker is a free Movie Maker offered by Microsoft on Windows 7. It’s never too easier to create and share your own movies. To better enhance videos, sometimes we need to put YouTube to Windows Live Movie Maker.

To edit YouTube videos in Windows Movie Maker, you need to download the video from YouTube then convert the downloaded YouTube Video (usually in FLV, MP4 or WebM format) to a video format supported by Windows Movie Maker (like WMV) or audio format (like MP3).

This article guides you step-by-step to download and convert YouTube to Windows Live Movie Maker supported WMV or MP3 in one step.

Prepare: Free Download Bigasoft YouTube Download Pro for Windows 7

 Bigasoft YouTube Download Pro for Windows 7

Step 1: Browse YouTube.com to copy the URL(s) of the videos that you want to download

Step 2: Paste the URL(s)

Switch to the interface of Bigasoft Youtube Downloader Pro and paste the URL(s). To paste multiple URLs, click “For Multiple URLs” and paste the URLs.

Step 3: Choose Download Quality

Two download quality options are provided in Bigasoft YouTube Downloader. You can choose to download the “Best Available” of a YouTube URL (usually in MP4 format) or to download the normal quality of a YouTube URL (usually in FLV format).

Step 4: Set “Automatically Convert to” format

By default, “Automatically Convert to” is checked and the default video formats is “MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4)”. You need to click the drop-down button on the right side of the “Automatically Convert to” to set Windows Live Movie Maker supported WMV Video or MP3 audio from “General Video” or “General Audio” category.

Step 5: Start download and convert YouTube to Windows Live Movie Maker WMV or MP3

Click the big blue “Start” button to start downloading and converting YouTube to Windows Live Movie Maker WMV video or MP3 audio format.

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