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  1. The "any video converter" seems to have been the answer. Thanks!
  2. I just tried Windows Media Player, Movie Maker, etc. and only VLC plays both audio and video; the others are video only. Not sure its pertinent, but this is a Windows 10 system. Have you another suggested converter for me to try?
  3. Redwagon - I successfully (?) converted the .MOV file to MP4 with VLC and both Audio and Video are present when played with VLC. When loaded into NXT 6 MyDVD, I get video only. What am I doing wrong?
  4. Thanks, Redwagon - VLC did the job for now
  5. MyDVD starting to process .MOV file, issues msg to install Quicktime which is already present on my Windows 10 system. Trying to bypass the problem by using CONVERT - crashes with msg that CONVERT stopped working. Sent file to tech support who acknowledges problem and says convert with third party software but won't say what(?) they used. Any suggestions that are safe.
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    Videowave Closes When Adding Sound

    I can't tell if this has been resolved, but here is my experience. I have tried to follow discussion of this problem but I also found a workaround. I am running Windows 8 on a Dell XPS8500. I found that if I opened a new folder on the desktop and populated it with the audio clips I wanted to use, VideoWave would still fail and crash Creator NXT. But, if I took an audio clip from the first project and added that to the folder on the desktop, there was no failure. I can't explain the phenomena, but if I removed the audio clip from the prior project, it would fail again. I took care to clear the folder fom the desktop before I started a third project and following the same process, I had no problem.
  7. I found some discussion of this problem but I also found a workaround. I am running Windows 8 on a Dell XPS8500. I found that if I opened a new folder on the desktop and populated it with the audio clips I wanted to use, VideoWave would still fail and crash Creator NXT. But, if I took an audio clip from the first project and added that to the folder on the desktop, there was no failure. I can't explain the phenomena, but if I removed the audio clip from the prior project, it would fail again. I took care to clear the folder fom the desktop before I started a third project and following the same process, I had no problem.
  8. I rebooted, in fact I just did a remove/reinstall of Creator NXT and the problem still persists. As soon as I hit add audio and the music folder is opened, the Creator either gets a "VideoWave error" msg and shuts Creator down or Creator just crashes. I am running on Windows 8 on a Dell XPS 8500.
  9. I successfully completed a project consisting of a JPG slideshow with audio consisting of .wav files. I began a second project with JPG slideshow and as soon as I went to "add audio" and Creator NXT opened the music folder, I got the msg VideoWave encountered a problem and terminated Creator. The music folder originally contained only files that had been used successfully in the first project. I can't get out of this. Help!
  10. I can't find the "posting editor" and I'm a frustrated new user of Creator NXT

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