a (hopefully) simple question for you...

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ralphwilson

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Hi guys,
This is hopefully a simple problem but I'm completely clueless when it comes to this kind of thing! I have a windows media player video file which I want to 'crop' - ie Make a part of it into a seperate video for the purposes of a presentation. Is there any free software that can do this or way for me to do this easily?

Thanks very, very much in advance

Ralph
 

redsox_mark

Novice Member
You want to take a .wmv file and edit it (cut out parts of it) to create a new edited version? If you have XP or Vista, Windows Movie Maker can do that.
 

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