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Hi Gwennie:

 

That file extension "DMSM" is a Roxio Creator "Videowave" program file extension. When you make a Videowave production and save it, that is the extension that Videowave places on it. It cannot be played in the WMP. If you have the video that you inserted into your viodeowave production, you might be able to use, edit and save it to another file type depending on what the original video is or was.

 

Where did you get the original video ? and based on the extension you suggested, I assume you had a video (??) that you inserted into the Videowave program and saved it. You could edit it in the videowave program and after saving it as a DMSM file, open up that dmsm file in the "MyDVD" program and then burn the videowave production to a DVD.

What is your end plans for using this video ??

 

Frank...

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Is there any way to save movies other than dmsm extension? Windows media player does not recognize this format. Thanks for any help.

 

I had a bunch of short movies taken with a Kadak camera. I wanted to put them together to make one movie, not to be used for any special thing.

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I had a bunch of short movies taken with a Kadak camera. I wanted to put them together to make one movie, not to be used for any special thing.

 

Like Frank explained the "DMSM" file is just a list of assembly instructions videowave uses making your production.

 

Follow the pics and the red arrows below.

 

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As a sumation of your original post---Use the Videowave program to import each of the separate videos you took with you Kodak camera

and then after you have edited or done what you want with them, follow cd's suggestions to export (output) the file. Either that or import the saved

production (dmsm file) to the "MyDVD" program and burn a DVD that can be watched on most any DVD player.

 

Frank...

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