Using Windows DVD Maker to Burn a Movie Created With Windows Movie Maker Version 6.0

You may have noticed that version 6.0 of Windows Movie Maker does not have a “Save to DVD” option in the Save Movie Wizard. Since video files are typically very large and may not fit onto a CD, you might find this perplexing. Never fear! Microsoft didn’t just forget to include this option. Instead, they decided that since they were including Windows DVD Maker on machines with Vista Home Premium and Vista Ultimate Edition, there was no need to include a DVD burning option in WMM, too.

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