How Do You Make Episode "Clips" (Plz Answer)

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i have dbz episodes on my computer but i dont want to upload the ENTIRE episode onto rapidshare or megaupload so i was wondering how do you take PARTS from the episodes and just upload those?!

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Well, if the episodes on your computer are anything that can be played by windows media player (to be blunt) then you can use Windows Movie Maker (if you have XP). I don't know about any other programs you can use, I think Adobe had some kind of movie maker thing though.
 
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I think you're referring to Adobe Premier, but that's like using a supercomputer as a calculator. Windows Movie Maker is much faster, simpler and free. Simply open it, Import your episode(s), drag-and-drop the clips you want and then Export as a .wmv. It's pretty much the easiest thing you can do in terms of video editing.
 
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it says i cant because it says dbz.mvb is not a supported file type, and it cannot be imported into windows movie maker. Do i have to change it into another file first?

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Then you have to convert it. I assume it's a .rmvb file, so go to http://www.goggle.com and type in the search box ".rmvb to avi converter".
 
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i think u are mistaking there is only avi to rmvb cause , when u have a bad quality file it's clearly that something misses and u can't bring it back only from the original if u understand.......
 

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If you convert .rmvb to .avi the original .rmvb file should most likely still be there. Also there is .rmvb to .avi converters out there, I've used a few of them, and none of them have a problem with the outcome of the quality. The trick is to knowing how to properly convert it with the right parameters.
 

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