spitfire wmv file to animated avatar

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spitfire wmv file to animated avatar

Post by royal »

i flew a mark 9 spitfire last week.
this man who was videoing it,sent me a short video,and it comes as a wmv file with sound as well.
i want to put it as an animated avatar on a website.
i have tried Ulead GIF Animator,but it wont find the video wmv file on my desktop.
perhaps the program wont convert this type of file?
really disappionted about that i cant do it,as the program looks good.
this was my dream to fly a spitfire,so i want to make an animated avatar.
could anyone help me out on this please.
thanks.
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Post by sjj1805 »

I will move this over to the Web Utilities Forum so that Robert will pick it up. I am sure he will know the answer.
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Post by VikingAnimations »

WMV is not a supported file type for GA 5. Supported file types are Microsoft AVI (.avi), AutoDesk Animation files (.flc, .fli, .flx), Quick Time movies (.mov or .qt), or MPEG (.mpg, .mpeg, .mpv, .dat, .mp2). You will have to convert your wmv file to one of those formats.
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Post by royal »

VikingAnimations wrote:WMV is not a supported file type for GA 5. Supported file types are Microsoft AVI (.avi), AutoDesk Animation files (.flc, .fli, .flx), Quick Time movies (.mov or .qt), or MPEG (.mpg, .mpeg, .mpv, .dat, .mp2). You will have to convert your wmv file to one of those formats.
thanks for answering my post,i understand what you mean.
what software would i need to convert my wmv file?
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Post by VikingAnimations »

That question I don't have an answer to... Playing with video is something I haven't gotten around to yet. Hopefully someone else here has that answer.
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Please click here --> Image so that we can then view your system specifications.

Do you have VideoStudio / MovieFactory or MediaStudio - convert with one of rhose. You can try "Super" found in our Links to FREE stuff