Edited to add: The confusion is that there are two different things called Movie Maker:
Windows Movie Maker comes with the XP Media Center while Windows LIVE Movie Maker comes with Windows Live Essentials. I have been told that except in some cases, that Windows Live Movie Maker is not available in Windows XP.
This is my previous post before I found out what the difference was:
I have a movie maker on my computer, and I thought it came from Live. But, I’ve been told that it is a separate program. When I open it, and go to: Help/Windows Movie Maker on the web, it takes me here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/ The program I have on my computer is:
Windows Movie Maker
“C:\Program Files\Movie Maker\moviemk.exe”
If it didn’t get downloaded with the Windows Live Essentials download, then I don’t know where it came from. Nobody else uses this computer but me.
I can’t find another movie program anywhere else on my computer.
But, apparently that is NOT the Windows Live Movie Maker that is supposed to come with Windows Live Essentials. I even went to that product’s individual download page to download it individually:
And I still don’t get it. It is not even listed on the programs list shown to the left.
Friends, please check and see if you have Windows Live Movie Maker installed. This is baffling me.