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    Videowave Doesn't 'stabilize Video'

    It's interesting (disappointing) that Roxio is still advertising NXT Pro 4 to have video stabilization... (This is from their website today): Stabilize and rotate videoEasily fix shaky video shot with hand-held cameras or smartphones. Rotate video with one click.
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    Crash When Outputing Video

    Thanks Brendon...My mistake in the other post (I've edited it)... I upgraded from an old copy of Roxio Easy Media Creator (EMC) 2011.
  3. So, I can press the Stabilize Video button under the Fix menu on the left, and I get a Stabilize Video effect in my Fx 1 ribbon. However, if I double click the item in the ribbon (as the help screens instruct), instead of a settings panel, I just get a message "There are no settings available for this object". Looking through the forum, I find this same issue was in NXT Pro 2 back in 2014 -- any idea why this doesn't work (or better yet, how to get it working)?
  4. So...I fired up my VideoWave (part of NXT Pro 4), and pulled in a video from my camera (.MTS). I then tried to convert/output it as an mp4 file, and VideoWave crashed! This was on my Win7-64 machine-I tried the same thing on my Win10 machine, and it works (it's just very inconvenient to have to switch mahcines). Any ideas on where to look for issues?
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    Videowave Stabilization Settings Don't Appear

    Curious...I recently 'upgraded' to NXTPro 4 also, and the stabilization still comes up with "There are no settings available for this object". Has anything been done in the 2 years since this issue was brought up? ps. I'm about to drop a line to support too...maybe they have other news?
  6. I've just loaded up my trusty Creator 10 suite on my newly upgraded to Win7-64 HP desktop computer, and I'm trying to burn some movies to a Dual-Layer disk... However, on the 'Disc size:' pulldown on the bottom left, it shows the 1.4, 4.7, and 8.5Gig options, but I can't mouse click on the 8.5? Strangely enough, I can use the arrow keys to select 8.5? I guess it's not a big problem as I discovered the keyboard method, but it had me frustrated for a while...
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    BackupMyPC GONE?

    Put me down as being bummed out at the dropping of BUMP too! I've got to retrieve some files out of a BUMP backup, and now I can't do it unless I reinstall an old copy of EMC? If they (SONIC) decided to drop BUMP, at least they could have given us some utility to 'convert' a BUMP backup to their new program.
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    MPEG-2 codec activation error

    Just a quick aside...after removing all Roxio and Sonic entries in the registry (to get a good EMC10 install), I can no longer burn a disk from inside Media Center (in Vista). I'm guessing one or more of those registry entries were for the 'built-in' DVD creation. Oh well, at least now I can finally make DVDs with EMC10.
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    Info Requested: Runtime Error-Virtual Call- R6025

    Well, after finally getting a good install of EMC10, everything ran smoothly until I added 2Gig more memory (moving from 2 to 4 <even though I really have access to only 3.2 Gig>). On re-booting, I started getting the C++ Runtime error on RoxWatch10. Quick update...I've noticed that the error comes up at boot-up about 80% of the time. Sometimes, it apparently starts up just fine. Go figure!
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    EMC10 Slow Install

    Yes it did have to un-zip itself first, and that took 10 minutes (on a dual-core 2.6 GHz AMD!). After that point it took: 8 more minutes to come up with the 'language' option; 31 more minutes to install using the 'Typical' settings! Sure wish I know what it was doing all that time! I checked using Process Explorer, and most of the time the System Idle Process was taking 80-95% of the time so it doesn't look like the machine was really under a load--the install was just slow? At that time, no it wasn't working OK...I had an 'activation' issue with the MPEG-2 encoder that wouldn't let MyDVD run (my main reason or getting EMC10). But, I finally got my EMC10 to install correctly! In the end, I un-installed all Roxio and Sonic applications. Searched the Registry for any Roxio or Sonic entries and eliminated them. Ran the Install Cleanup to remove Roxio and Sonic entries. Un-installed my ZoneAlarm firewall. Turned off Windows Defender. Stayed connected to the internet so that I could 'register' the first time it came up (which made me nervous as I'd turned off both my firewall and Defender!). Installed the program (which still took 50 minutes!) using the Typical settings, but at least now my MyDVD works! I have to admit, this is the most work I've ever had to do to install a piece of software! Steve
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    MPEG-2 codec activation error

    I finally got my EMC10 to install correctly! In the end, I un-installed all Roxio and Sonic applications. Searched the Registry for any Roxio or Sonic entries and eliminated them. Ran the Install Cleanup to remove Roxio and Sonic entries. Un-installed my ZoneAlarm firewall. Turned off Windows Defender. Stayed connected to the internet so that I could 'register' the first time it came up (which made me nervous as I'd turned off both my firewall and Defender!). Installed the program using the 'Typical' settings (which still took 50 minutes!), but now my MyDVD works! I have to admit, this is the most work I've ever had to do to install a piece of software!
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    EMC10 Slow Install

    Well, I took your advice during one of my many un-installs (I still don't have MyDVD working yet, but that's in other threads). I copied the 1.4Gig file from the DVD I got from Roxio onto my desktop. After double-clicking it, it took 15 minutes for the first screen to show up! Another 5 minutes to get through the install prompts, and then after the install actually started, I left and went to lunch! If/When I do another re-install, I'll stick around and time ALL the steps! BTW, I'm running on an Hp 7750N desktop (Dual Core AMD 5000+ with 2Gig ram and 500Gig disk).
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    MPEG-2 codec activation error

    Well, I've run into the same problem...I've done a clean install after trying to work out a problem where MyDVD wouldn't even start! Turns out that there is a DirectX file d3dx9_33.dll that needs to be in the System32 folder! I found that information here on the boards after back and forth emails with Roxio support! Anyway, after that problem was sorted out, I ran into this MPEG-2 'activation' issue. I get the same message and the same 'no permission - Bad installation' message. Any further ideas? (I'm still waiting for Roxio Support to come up with an answer). Steve
  14. Just how long should an install of EMC10 take? After inserting the DVD, it took about 5 minutes for the Welome screen to come up. Then, when I pressed the 'Click here to istall now' button, it took at least another 10 minutes before I saw any installer screen! And then, to make matterw worse, it takes 2 1/2 hours to do the install!!!!! I made sure to not be running other apps while installing, and even killed some of the System Tray programs that I wasn't going to be using and still it took 2 1/2 hours!!!!! Is 2 1/2 hours normal for an EMC10 installation??
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