Posted 01 March 2009 - 01:02 AM
Hi, all. Recently, I've gotten into making movies with windows movie maker. I've never had any problems uploading and editing large clips or saving videos. Until now. I have a rather large video project, the largest project I've ever done (26 minutes). I took the first five minutes and put it in its own file, but it won't let me finish it. That stupid thing pops up -- "Your virtual memory is very low." And then it says, "Movie could not be saved." It won't even let me edit one project, which has five minutes worth of spliced together clips.
I've googled solutions for this issue, and have tried right clicking My Computer and tinkering with the virtual memory. Under paging file, it's currently set to "System managed size." I've also tried various custom sizes (from 1000-10000 MBS). Nothing has worked.
Under My Computer properties, it says I have 384 MB of ram. I have 131 GBs of free space on file C (out of 149 GBS), and I have an external harddrive with 444 GBS. It doesn't matter which drive I try to save my movies to -- it won't work.
This all started yesterday, after I bought software called Pinnacle MovieBox Plus (Studio 12), because I wanted to upload videos from my VCR. It didn't work at all, couldn't locate the capturing device no matter what I tried, so I removed the program completely. I also downloaded zillatube a few days ago, and have saved quite a few video clips from youtube in the past few days, including a movie that was 557 MBs long (which I've since moved to my external drive).
I ran a quick scan for viruses today, and it was clean.
I don't know what else to do and I'm quite annoyed, to say the least. Any help would be greatly appreciated!