HowTo: Add Network Drive Support to Windows Live Movie Maker

While Windows Live Movie Maker has many redeeming qualities, the simplification of the experience also meant the team hid the ability to access media such as movie clips off a network drive.  Turns out, this can be a major contributor to project crashes and issues if you’re trying to share over weak wireless networks.  This was a big disappointment for those of us with large home video libraries on Windows Home Server and stable home networks.  I’ve since resolved the issue thanks to the following post – yes, you can re-enable network drive support.  Read the How To: here, courtesy Andreas J on the Windows Live team.

3 responses to “HowTo: Add Network Drive Support to Windows Live Movie Maker”

  1. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! 🙂

  2. I have been having way TOO much trouble with this!
    What a life saver!!! 🙂