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I like to make videos for fun but recently I've been having problems with movie maker. Mainly, when the program renders the movie, for some reason the trims are not accurate in the final render even though they are fine in the previews.

My question is, do all video editing software have this problem? If you're not sure what I'm talking about here's a video I made recently

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v05ycGUNIo0

at around 1:12/1:13 you can see an odd image between the cuts. In the preview the cuts transitioned seamlessly, but in the final render you can see that the trimming on the clips is not perfect.

Also a secondary question, lately my video card keeps failing and causing me to restart Movie Maker because everything becomes corrupted (every thing still saves though). How do I avoid driver failure because it happens like once every minute now.
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>>251956
That's pretty good for being made with MovieMaker.
Switch to Premier (or Final Cut) which are programs you can actually work with and experience with them is the only true way to learn them.

>1:12/1:13 you can see an odd image between the cuts
that looks like you either left some random frames hanging around or a rendering error. if it's the latter, re-rendering should fix it.

>How do I avoid driver failure
You shouldn't be rendering with your GPU. Use your CPU instead. CUDA rendering creates more problems than it solves (unless we are taking about heavy 3d rendering which isn't your case).
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>>252006
It's definitely the latter, and re-rendering seems to make new problems pop up. I'll look into switching from gpu to cpu for rendering, but I don't want to pay for a new program when I only make about 1 video a month.

Thanks for the help.
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>>252008
>re-rendering seems to make new problems pop up
I'm not sure how MovieMaker handles it's data but you might try erasing all previews/cache, re-conforming the video files and re-rendering to see if it fixes it.

> I don't want to pay...
pic related is pretty affordable
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>>252013
ah I see
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