I wonder what others experiences have been with the above problem which I have been trying to help a member with in the German forum.
I tested a project with 600 hires 14 MegaPixel images from a timelapse sequence produced in my Lumix camera, using (his) method described of allowing VPX to create a second movie in the project and automatically create and place a video of the sequence in the current Movie ( This occurs after saying yes to a prompt that appears when dragging a large number of images eg. a timelapse sequence to the Timeline. It is these many files that are using up all (your) memory and creating an "Access Violation" error in Windows. Just playing the timeline with these images in the project uses up RAM at a rate of Gigabytes every few seconds, as does Exporting that section of the project.
The best you can do is to drag all these images (with a duration "1frame" set in the image import duration in Program Settings) into a new project and then try to export to Magix Video (.mxv) format at your projects "Movie Settings" resolution, hopefully before all your RAM gets used up. Note:- do not playback the timeline before trying this. Then bring this .mxv into your main project, after deleting the sequence and images VPX previously created.
The other better solution is to convert the images within your camera (if it has this capability) to an .mp4 movie and import that to VPX.
As Matthes has suggested, it may help to manually set the Windows Virtual memory size to something huge also......