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#1 mikpec

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Posted 23 October 2016 - 07:22 PM

I've been using Roxio Creator 2010 right along with no problems.  Used it several times today to capture, edit, render and burn.

 

all of a sudden, I want to render a video from VideoWave, so I click the "export as" button, up come the "Render" screen and when I click create video file, the next screen comes up where it usually shows the progress....but now...it does not do anything...just sits there...

 

Mind you I just did some work this morning....any ideas what could be wrong.

 

I've installed new video card recently with no problems and updated driver, I've defraged and clean, I did a "repair" with the Roxio Disc....nothing.

 

Thanks for you help..

 



#2 sknis

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Posted 23 October 2016 - 11:40 PM

What operating system are you using?  2010 is not compatible with Windows 10.  It will work for a varying amount of time and then not.    Some people have no problems with it but some do.


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#3 mikpec

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Posted 24 October 2016 - 03:39 AM

Thanks for the reply, Im using windows 7 and have not had one problem with this program....I've tried to render several different clips of varying sizes, some I've even already rendered....and at all different resolutions too.

 

This is killing me as I have a client calling every 2 hours....I've got it edited how I want and now can't render it for use...

 

...signed alone and nauseous....lol.



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Posted 24 October 2016 - 04:34 AM

BTW,  I was able to bring the file directly into DVD creator and it burned fine.... I just cant get it to export to render with different settings and formats..

 

anyone???



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Posted 24 October 2016 - 06:06 AM

BTW,  I was able to bring the file directly into DVD creator and it burned fine.... I just cant get it to export to render with different settings and formats..

 

anyone???

 

Please explain in more detail  especially the par about exporting with different settings and formats. :wacko:  

 

  Have you tried to make (burn) an ISO file in MyDVD.  If that completes properly then you can use the application on the main windows to buurn that to disc.  If it doesn't complete then there is a problem in the project - it could be a bad video, bad menu, bad navigation and toher issues.  Try making the ISO and watch where it stops if it doesn't complete.  Let us know where.

 

Also look at your burner is it possible that the laser lense is dirty or other such issues?  Have you looked for an update for the firmware for that burner?


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Posted 31 October 2016 - 05:48 PM

Thank you very much for taking the time to respond.... well....then it dawned on me...

 

all I did was uninstall the program, perform a "disc cleaner" & "Reg Cleaner"......and then reinstall the program... back up and running...duh..

 

Thanks again...



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Posted 31 October 2016 - 06:18 PM

Unfortunately Windows collects a lot of dust and dirt over time.  I've found that periodic reinstalls have helped keep my Roxio programs running well.

And (except in the case of EMC 9 and 10 which had a registry fault) regular use of disk and registry cleaners have kept my system lean and fit.

 

It's a pity that Corel has limited the number of reinstalls you're allowed in the Creator NXT series.


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