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As I understand it, Windows Movie Maker does not have a frame rate you can set it to, but rather some other form of speed control via a timed interval. Using dedicated software is the first step to producing animation you’ll be happy with.
Windows Movie Maker really isn’t an animation program. WMM was designed for the general public to dabble in video, but if you’re serious, another program that will do what you want is pretty inexpensive, and that’s Vegas Movie Studio. Quicktime Pro also will assemble a folder of files for you.
If you don’t want to spend any money or can’t afford to, Virtualdub is free and you can set it up to automatically import a folder of images at a specified frame rate through its preferences any time you open a frame of a sequence in it.
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