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Strange errors during editing

Strange errors during editing

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Hi All! I'm from Hungary.
I'm working on a video that demonstrates a thunderstorm.
I want to make it by joining short movies together. In some movies I want to show clouds are moving in the sky.
But there are some strange things. Please see the uploaded picture "pict.jpg" and imagine that the small cloud have to move right slowly on the video "new-1.avi".
I wrote in scripts the cloud moving and the ground objects to be in front of the sky.
But the strange thing is the effect like this: the cloud on the video flashes on the right side on every first and second frames and does not appear in every third frame.
I don't know the reason why should the computer do the same things on every third frames and why should do that the ground objects are flashing just below the cloud.
I think the scrpits mustn't do these!
Thank you for helping!

files are on:

http://www.speedyshare.com/833859795.html

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