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  1. Videowave Very Slow

    How big and complex of videos should I expect VideoWave to handle? Am I pushing the limits of software and system? Am I doing something inefficiently? I am using Roxio NXT 4 Pro VideoWave. My current project is very slow, at best. For example, splitting the video track takes 10 to 20 minutes to have effect. Or, VideoWave stops responding. My current project is HD 1280x720, 22 minutes long, has sound on both native and music track, several short segments on two text tracks, a couple of transitions, and I am editing out perhaps a dozen short sections. Rendering with hardware. VideoWave updated today. The computer has Windows 10, Intel i5 1.80 GHz CPU, 16GB RAM, with 85GB available on the hard drive.
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