The Photos app on Windows 10 is not just a photo viewer. It can edit photos and can also be used to create basic videos. You will not use the app for professional video editing but for basic video edits like trimming, adding or removing audio, or compressing the video, it will do the job.
The Photos app has a basic video editor but struggles to work if the video is too long, you have over-edited, or your system is slow / outdated.
Fix Microsoft Photos app video export paste
Once you have made video edits in the Photos app, you need to save the video ie, export it. Once you export it, it will take some time to save the file however it can also catch up on the export step. Here are the things you can do to solve the problem
1. Wait for a while
If your system is old, or uses an HDD instead of an SSD, the Photos app may take much longer to export the video. It is not a fully developed app that runs well on older hardware or if system resources are used by other apps. It’s a slow app so give it more time than you would a more efficient app.
2. Close and reopen Photos
Photos lets you save your work as a project so save the project and then try closing and reopening the Photos app.
- Click on the more options button at the top right and select Backup Project.
- Choose a place to save the project.
- Close the Photos app and reopen it.
- Go to Video editor tab.
- Click on the more options button next to a new video project.
- Select the backup.
- Try to export.
3. Uninstall and reset images
The Photos app can be problematic. Windows 10 is not a default app so you can fix problems by uninstalling and reinstalling the app.
- Open PowerShell with administrative rights.
- Run the following command to uninstall pictures.
get-appxpackage *Microsoft.Windows.Photos* | remove-appxpackage
- Install the Photos app from the Microsoft Store app.
4. Photo Reset & Repair
Try resetting the Photos app if it still doesn’t output the video.
- Open the Configuration application with keyboard shortcut Win + I.
- go to Apps.
- Select the Apps Tab & Features.
- Select Pictures from the applications list.
- Click Advanced Options.
- Click on the Repair button.
- Once you have it fixed, click the Reset button.
- Feuch export the video now.
5. Microsoft app solver
Microsoft stock apps tend to run into trouble, especially after a major Windows 10 feature update. To fix these problems, Windows 10 has a troublesome issue.
- Open the Configuration app with keyboard shortcut Win + I.
- go to Updates & security.
- Select the Troubled tab.
- Click Additional troublemakers.
- Run the Windows Store Apps Solutions.
- Apply the corrections that he praises.
6. Try a different app
The Photos app may not be able to handle the project you are trying to export. The app does not provide basic editing but too many cookies, or edits can mean that the project is too much for the app to handle.
If you are looking for a free alternative, you can get started with Movie Maker. It’s a non-stop app but it works far better than Pictures.
For a more advanced tool, give Lightworks try.
The video editor in the Photos app can be found out of the box and that’s most of its charm. If you need to edit videos regularly, it may be a good idea to get a better tool. For occasional video editing that doesn’t create major projects, the Photos app does.
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