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1 How to import GoPro MP4 HD Wearable Camera Video to Windows(Live) Movie Maker for editing
GoPro Hero MP4 to Windows Movie Maker Converter - How to import GoPro MP4 HD Wearable Camera Video to Windows(Live) Movie Maker for editing

If you record HD video with a new waterproof and shockproof GoPro Hero Camcorder for outdoor sports, surfing, jet ski, surfing, race cars, etc. And want to edit GoPro HD video with Windows Movie Maker. However, many GoPro users don't know how to edit the recorded HD GoPro MP4, H.264 video files with WMM.

Have somebody asked that how to get the GoPro videos on Windows Movie Maker? Because Windows Movie Maker doesn't support HD MP4 format from GoPro Hero Camcorder. For resolving this problem, you just use GoPro Video Converter to convert GoPro HD MP4, H.264 files to WMV, AVI, MPG or ASF which supported by Windows Movie Maker.

GoPro HD to Windows Movie Maker Converter is the best tool for converting HD GpPro videos. HD GoPro Converter not only convert GoPro .mp4 on Windows to AVI, MPG, WMV, but also transfer GoPro video to Youtube .flv, mpeg-2, .mov etc. Import convert GoPro MP4 video to Apple TV, PSP, iTunes, QuickTime, iPad, iPod, iPhone, BlackBerry also can using GoPro video to Windows Movie Maker software.

How to convert GoPro Hero HD video to Windows Movie Maker for editing?

Step 1: Add GoPro Hero Camera .mp4 video to GoPro to Windows Movie Maker Converter
Transfer your GoPro Camera recorded videos to computer hard disc. Then import your HD Hero video to GoPro Video to Windows Movie Maker Converter.
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Step 2: Choose output format
Click "Profile drop-down List" to set output format WMV, AVI that Windows Movie Maker supported.

Step 3: Start Convert
Click "Covert" button to convert GoPro MP4 file to WMV, then import conversion GoPro .mp4 files to Windows Movie Maker for editing.
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