WLMP is a project file created with Windows Live Movie Maker, which was later dropped the Live part and became Windows Movie Maker (totally different from the previous Windows Movie Maker) on 2012 Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Best Software to Convert WLMP to MP4 on Windows Computer
The WLMP file is not a video file so you can't convert WLMP to MP4 with a regular video converter. You have to open it with the software that created WLMP files - Windows (Live) Movie Maker. Generally, you can simply export WLMP to MP4 with Windows (Live) Movie Maker. But if can't find the option, or you want to convert WLMP files to other formats besides MP4, get a common video converter that supported WMV format. Here I humbly recommend iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe for Windows, which can convert WLMP WMV to almost any format you desire on Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista.
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How to Convert WLMP to MP4 and Other Video Formats
Launch Windows (Live) Movie Maker from the "Start" Menu and go to "File" > "Open Project" to open your WLMP file. Then head to "File" > "Save Movie" category to choose "WMV" as the output format.
After downloaded and installed iSkysoft WLMP converter, launch it and import the existing MP4 files to the program. You can add MP4 files by dragging and dropping them to the main window of the program, or click the "File" and then "Load Media Files" buttons to locate WMV files manually.
More than 100 formats are supported by this WMLP video converter. To choose the output format, click the "Output Format" option at the right and then go to "Format" > "Video" to select your wanted format, such as MP4, MOV, AVI, etc. If you want to change the codec, resolution, frame rate and other settings, click the "Settings" option at the bottom of the interface.
Next, click the "Convert" button and all the added videos will be converted to MP4 format or other formats you've selected. In minutes, there will a message showing up at the bottom right corner of your computer. It means you're done and you can use the video anywhere you want.
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Tips: WLMP Conversion Questions
See the questions and answers below to learn more about WLMP conversion. You can also ask your own question in the comments.
Where to download Windows Movie Maker?
Windows Movie Maker (2012) is part of Windows Essentials suite. If it isn't included in your Windows 7 or Windows 8 system, download it here. While installing, select Movie Maker only or other items like Photo Gallery, Messenger, Writer, etc.
Can I convert WLMP to MP4 on Mac?
No, you can't convert WLMP to MP4 on Mac. To convert WLMP files, Windows Movie Maker is required, which isn't compatible with Mac. To play WLMP movie on Mac, you have to create a movie from WLMP file and then convert the created video file to MOV format. You can't directly convert WLMP file to MOV with WLMM (Windows Live Movie Maker).
Can I play WLMP with Windows Media Player?
No, you should convert WLMP to WMV video before playing with Windows Media Player.
Can I upload WLMP files to YouTube?
As I described at the beginning, WLMP is actually not a video file so you can upload it to YouTube. To share your WLMP movie, simply open your WLMP file with Windows Live Movie Maker, and then you're able to share your movie on YouTube right from the program. Alternatively, you can export WLMP to a video file that is supported by YouTube and then upload separately.