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easy guide for editing wmv video files on windows


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  Apple has released OS X Lion, Mountain Lion and the new iPad over the past months. With better, faster and more reliable performance on Mac, many users still have trouble with editing .wmv file in Mac Lion. So, how to edit WMV file in Lion with hassle free. To edit wmv file in Lion and Mountain Lion, the WMV File Editor for Lion can cut wmv file in Lion, combine several wmv file into single one, clip wmv file and convert wmv to lion supported format. If you are a movie fan, you may consider editing wmv file in Lion from your movie collections.
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  WMV Video Editor is an easy yet efficient software to edit .wmv files. It enables you to clip, crop, merge videos, add text, image, background music, special effect to WMV files. Free download the <a href=”http://www.iorgsoft.com/how-to/edit-wmv-files.html”>WMV Editor</a>, this guide will show you how to edit WMV files.
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  Step 1 : Add WMV filesClick Add Videos to add WMV file and then drag them to the timeline below, click it and preview it on the right window, now you can edit WMV files.
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  Step 2: <a href=”http://www.iorgsoft.com/how-to/edit-wmv-files.html”>Edit WMV files</a>
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  Basic edition. Click Setting, here you can crop,video, adjust video effect such as contrast,brightness, saturation,hue, add special effect to video from the provided effects to make your video special.
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  Step 3: Save WMV files
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  After finish editing, hit Save and publish to set output format,output path, resolution, encoder, and so on, then click Next to save the edited WMV files.
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  tips: what is a wmv file
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  Video file based on the Microsoft Advanced Systems Format (ASF) container format and compressed with Windows Media compression; similar to an .ASF file and contains video encoded with one of Microsoft’s Windows Media Video (WMV) proprietary codecs. Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 was the last version of the Windows Media Player developed for Mac OS X. However, Mac users can use Flip4Mac WMV (also known as Microsoft Windows Media Components for QuickTime) to play WMV files. NOTE: Windows Media Audio (WMA) files are saved with a .WMA extension
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