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An Error Occurred During Rendering

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Hello,

 

I'm using a Gateway Desktop with 8GB of RAM and an Intel® Core i7 CPU 860 @ 2.80GHz processor. The O/S is Windows 10 Pro.

 

I'm using Roxio VideoWave from the Roxio Creator 2012 Pro suite.

 

I'm using the menu Output / Export As... from the pull down menu's. On the pop-up screen I've chosen All/NTSC, AVC better quality and have put in the proper file name. When I press the Create Video File button I get another pop-up with the ATI Stream Technology in the background and then a message: "Roxio Videowave / Error / An error occured during rendering". There is just an OK button to accept. The word "occurred" is misspelled in the error message.

 

This isn't a lot to go on. I have no idea what the problem is. Have you seen this type of thing before? Are there logs anywhere?

 

Thanks for looking at this. I appreciate the help.

 

Phil

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The O/S is Windows 10 Pro.

 

Creator 2012 isn't on Roxio's W-10 compatible list.

 

It is five year old software, XP. Vista, and W-7 compatible.

 

Check tools, options and see if you rendering in hardware or software?

 

Is the video card driver updated?

 

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Hi Digital Guru,

Thanks for the quick reply. I changed the Render Using option from Hardware to Software and left the "Enable Intel® Enhanced for Core/NVIDIA CUDA®/ATI Stream® technology to speed up video render" checkbox alone. It exported an MP4 just fine.

Thanks for your help.

By the way, I understand what you mean about the old version. I'm in a time crunch right now, but can upgrade later.

I assume the latest version is: Roxio Creator NXT 4. Is the User Interface much different? I assume that the project files (dmsm) import into the new version fine.

Again, thanks for all of your help. I really appreciate it.

Phil

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You have one of the best last version 'Roxio Creator 2012 Pro suite' if it works keep using it.

 

After 2012 application modules were taken out or dumbed down, Nxt4 I wouldn't recommend.

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Hi Digital Guru,

Thanks for the quick reply. I changed the Render Using option from Hardware to Software and left the "Enable Intel® Enhanced for Core/NVIDIA CUDA®/ATI Stream® technology to speed up video render" checkbox alone. It exported an MP4 just fine.

Thanks for your help.

By the way, I understand what you mean about the old version. I'm in a time crunch right now, but can upgrade later.

I assume the latest version is: Roxio Creator NXT 4. Is the User Interface much different? I assume that the project files (dmsm) import into the new version fine.

Again, thanks for all of your help. I really appreciate it.

Phil

 

 

 

Don't assume that C2012 project files will work in NXT 4 - in almost all version projects from older version do not work in the newer version. It is recommended to always finish a project in the version your started with.

 

Forget about NXT 4 if you want to create any DVDs or BlueRays. NXT 4 has dropped the myDVD of previous versions with a completely new myDVD which is really dumbed down and useless.

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