Impossible to publish a wswmm on computer or dvd into a video file with windows movie maker, after the edition of a major project

Impossible to publish a wswmm on computer or dvd with windows movie maker, after the edition of a great project - error message stating "cannot save the movie to the specified location. Verify that the original source files used in your movie are still available, that the backup location is still available, and that there is enough available disk space, and then try again"

the source files are all there and I have more than enough space... Please help (project video wedding!)

Thank you thank you thank you...

chop my project and publish it on computer, mix files together on the creation of dvd windows... it worked!

you saved me break my laptop into 1 million pieces... thank you once again!

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