Successfully Installing and Running Movica on Windows 7

November 11, 2018

Movica is a nice little program for video editing on Windows. It allows you to edit MPEG, FLV, and Windows Media (.wmv) video files.

I’ve mainly used it to work on large Mpeg files. Cut out portions. Split the file up. Join two or more Mpeg files together. Users on Videohelp.com rate it 9.7/10.

But Movica was originally designed to work on Windows XP 32 bit, with the .NET framework. The last software update was in 2013.

Recently, I tried to use it on Windows 7. While it installed easily enough, when I tried to use it, I kept getting the Windows error message box, with the option to close the program. Sigh.

Here’s how I installed Movica on Windows 7 and got it to work.

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Successful Audio and Video Screen Capture on Windows 7

August 9, 2017

Occasionally, I see some great videos online, and I download them to my hard drive for my personal use. One reason, some videos can take a long time to watch.  So I download them and watch them at another time, like using a DVR.

Recently, there was another webinar. I thought it would be easy enough to download. But like so many other times, I had to spend a LOT of time installing and fixing the software first.  Here’s how I made it all work.  Read the rest of this entry »


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