How to Convert Dxr Files to WMV

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How to Convert Dxr Files to WMV
DXR files can be converted to WMV with the help of a conversion program. (movie clapboard image by NataV from Fotolia.com)

DXR (Protected Macromedia Director Movie) is a file extension for video or animation data generated by the Macromedia Director program. DXR files are generally stored in a non-editable format. WMV (Windows Media Video) is a Microsoft-made digital video compression format used by numerous common codecs and players. In order to convert from DXR to WMV, a conversion program must be used. Several of these are available online as free trial downloads.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

    Need4 Video Converter 7.0

  1. 1

    Download and install Need4 Video Converter 7.0.

  2. 2

    Run the conversion program on the desktop. Select "File," then "Open" from the top menu bar. Choose a DXR file for conversion. Click "Open."

  3. 3

    Select "WMV" in the "Output file:" field. Click the "Browse" button next to the "Save to:" field. Select a target destination for the converted file. Click "OK."

  4. 4

    Enter a file name into the "Save as:" field.

  5. 5

    Click the red "Convert" button at the bottom of the main window to begin the conversion process.

    Any Video Converter Freeware

  1. 1

    Download and install "Any Video Converter Freeware."

  2. 2

    Run the conversion program on the desktop. Click the "Add Video" button. Select a DXR file for conversion. Click "Add."

  3. 3

    Select "WMV (*.wmv)" from the "Profile:" menu. Click the "Output Folder" button. Select a target destination folder for the converted WMV file. Click "OK."

  4. 4

    Click the "Encode" button to begin the conversion process.

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