A google search seems to indicate that this so-called virus is only detected by Microsoft Defender. Microsoft states that it is related to the Cloud based Defender and is probably a false positive. It seems to prevent that installation of other programs as well not only Roxio
File size is not that important, it is the time length that matters most. In what format is that video?
A standard 4.3 GB DVD can only hold about 60 minutes of best quality video. Reduce the bitrate until the video will fit on the DVD. If you have a menu then you will have to consider that also
myguggi replied to Quickshot0001's question in Capture
I don't see any stuttering in the downloaded video. It is only DVD quality not HD
Assuming you are using the same hardware/software on your 2 computers then the problem is with your "gaming" computer and not the capture hardware/software.
PhotoShow has not been updated in 3 or 4 years. It has several bugs that are not and will never be fixed. We have complained about them for years. It seems that there is no one at Corel familiar with the program. Basically it is an orphan but Corel keeps selling it and taking your money.
How old is your "very old Roxio Creator" program, ie what version did your use? The basic edit operations in Videovaw NXT 5 have not changed in a long time.
First of all, mute the native track.
Have added the DVD video to the video tack in NXT 5 Videovawe?
Do you have the narrative and music that you want to add?
Nobody here recommends myDVD. It has been crippled with most useful features having been removed. It can only be used for the most simple projects.
If you can revert back to the version that worked for you, I would recommend that. What was that version?
If you can revert, you could try and get a refund on NXT 6
You should have the tape playing several seconds before the part you want to capture and you should also start capturing earlier. It takes a few seconds before the actual capture starts after pressing the "Start" button
I have been using the capture device several years and have never had the problem you are describing. The device always warms up when attached to the PC just like all other devices.