Our following paper here can show you the way on how to work Sony PXW-X500 XAVC with Windows Movie Maker on Windows 10/8.1. Do you have related question on Sony PXW-X500 XAVC recordings? For editing XAVC files in Windows Movie Maker, let's ask the following guide for a help.
Are you still loyal to Windows Movie Maker? Why?
Windows Movie Maker is one of the simplest video production tools out there. There are many competitors who offer more “professional” setups with lots of complicated options, but few that are easy to use and streamlined as Windows Movie Maker. For this reason, and Windows Movie Maker comes standard on so many PCs these days, the program has become perhaps the most single widely used video editing software on the market. For example, do you know how to edit your iMovies files in WMM?
Some other trouble you may meet with Windows Movie Maker.
This can make it somewhat frustrating that Windows Movie Maker is not readily compatible with some uncommon formats such like the typical one, XAVC, which shot by Sony PXW-X500 camera. Cause it seems there is no third-party tools could do this work well, for more options and a lot more control, you might want to actually download the XAVC to Windows Movie Maker Converter to make it easier.
Note: This program can work well with the latest operation Windows10 after we tested.
Any suggestions of this conversion that I can handle?
Firstly, you may download the program in Windows version especially for Movie Maker, also Windows version is also offered here if you need. ‘Add video’ for you to load your original XAVC clips. Next we will come to the output list, maybe you can’t find the special item for Windows Movie Maker but you can go to the ‘HD Video’ for ‘WMV HD Video’(*.wmv)’ as the best. Additionally, ‘AVI HD Video(*.avi)’ is not a bad choice.
For other common items on the main interface you may have a try by yourselves, such as ‘Settings’ or ‘Editor’ etc. What I here wanna remind you is how to enjoy the fastest speed in ‘Options’>>’Acceleration’. If you have an NVIDIA/AMD graphics card that supports CPU en-decoding acceleration installed on your computer. See the screenshot below:
Notes: You must have not known that this Windows Video Converter has upgraded to the version 4.8.2 which is specially designed for H.265/HEVC videos. Do you have any interests? In the end, browse your folder position to choose the right place and click the ‘Convert’ the start your job.