19295 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 11, 2008 10:45 AM by Davis Johnson
That's interesting. Windows Media Video (wmv) is not supported according to this:
Under "TV and video"
I've used Windows for a long time, and I've never been able to put windows media anything into iTunes (not for lack of trying). iTunes would convert audio for me, but for the video files I had to find an iPod video converter (or use Windows Movie Maker in some instances) to put it into a different format in order for iTunes to do anything with it.
Message was edited by: CasperGemini
I actually just had this issue - I was trying to put some WMV videos into my iTunes library, and it wouldn't work, no matter how many times I tried to make it. I ended up having to use an external program called "Power Director" (which is actually a video editing suite) to convert them to M4A. If you have access to a converter program, that's probably the simple solution.