Save an AVI with Windows Movie Maker

When I try to record an AVI with Windows Movie Maker saves the file with what I wanted, but then, instead of stopping, he continues to play the part of the beginning of the file, I tried to do, sometimes 3èmes once3 and with a table of contents as the screen saying inbetwwne directed by: and created using Windows Movie Maker. Help?

Thanks for the link, they're talking about the CPU activity, when you save a file, what is that and how to see what they are talking as in "...". the CPU activity will show pushed upward and down like Movie Maker is thinking and planning. "I now have a problem trying to save sections of the entire project that I then want to add together to make a video with about 500 pictures a.625 and between each picture, there is a fondu.25, I broke down to 100 images at the time and was able to save them as MSWMM files but now when I try and save them as files video it acts like it's going to save , but the timeline never begins to show progress and finally just fails. I know I have enough space on the computer and the images I use have not been moved from their original folder. I save all the original JPEG as BMP files files and who had worked to make videos with but now with the bland added he won't save a video.

Thank you

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To see the activity of the UC... Open the Windows Task Manager
and select the performance tab.

Four ways to launch the Task Manager.

(1) type... CTRL + Alt + Delete

(2) type... CTRL + Shift + ESC

(3) right click on the Windows taskbar and select... Task Manager

(4) go to... Start / run... type or copy/paste... taskmgr.exe... Press on... Come in

According to your description of the issue... your projects are
too large or complex for your system resources.

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