Windows Movie Maker on XP netbooks
Came across a problem today that I'd not noticed before using WMM to add narration to a stop-animation.
Some of the pupils reported that when they played back their imported video (from a specialist stop-animation capture prog) it skipped some frames in the preview window which made it tricky to add their dialog.
In all cases (bar one of course!) if I slowed the video down by adding the reduce by half speed video effect, the frame skipping went away.
On the one that was left I had to give up and let them use the main teacher computer.
Anyone seen this thing happen and was there any magic cure.
For info - y imported videos are in Huffyuv avi format.