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I am trying to create an output file (12 mins long) with VideoWave 8 and I am getting an error that says 'Unable to build the render graph'. Can anyone help me figure out what is going wrong.

 

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Go to Tools/Options and change the rendering to "software" and try again. If this works, the program is telling you that you need to update the drivers for your video card/chips. If you have used V7/7.5, you will find that this version does require more of your computer's video card/chips so it is important to keep them up to date. If you have the space, $, and time, you might consider adding a new card since you will get more transitions and effects in V8 with a better card or simply with a newer driver.

 

I am trying to create an output file (12 mins long) with VideoWave 8 and I am getting an error that says 'Unable to build the render graph'. Can anyone help me figure out what is going wrong.

 

Thanks!

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HI,

 

I got the same problem, but the solution doesn't work...

 

Please help!

 

Thank you, alklo

I can only add to check to be sure you have the latest video drivers and DirectX drivers. That usually fixes problems such as yours.

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I have version 10 and was also getting that error "unable to build the render graph".

 

After updating DirectX, updating my video drivers, setting DPI to 96. I was still having the same problem.

 

My solution?

 

THe folder I was trying to save my OUTPUT File to had a space in the folder name.

 

I took the space out, and it worked fine.

 

Thought I'd pass it along.

 

:-)

 

- Mark H.

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I have version 10 and was also getting that error "unable to build the render graph".

 

After updating DirectX, updating my video drivers, setting DPI to 96. I was still having the same problem.

 

My solution?

 

THe folder I was trying to save my OUTPUT File to had a space in the folder name.

 

I took the space out, and it worked fine.

 

Thought I'd pass it along.

 

:-)

 

- Mark H.

 

Having a Space in the folder or filename has nothing to do with the problem.

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I have version 10 and was also getting that error "unable to build the render graph".

 

After updating DirectX, updating my video drivers, setting DPI to 96. I was still having the same problem.

 

My solution?

 

THe folder I was trying to save my OUTPUT File to had a space in the folder name.

 

I took the space out, and it worked fine.

 

Thought I'd pass it along.

 

:-)

 

- Mark H.

 

Yes - that is the answer. I was writing the VideoWave 10 output to the folder 'G:\Videos\ISO Images' and it failed. Writing to 'G:\Videos\ISO_Images' (note the underscore) works. Spaces in the file name don't seem to matter. Go figure.

 

I am using Roxio EMC 10 (Build 100B44B ENU).

Edited by ScottHoward

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For Windows 7

 

1. Tried to modify the settings to Software instead of Hardware - Not worked

2. Updated graphic drivers - Not worked

3. Executed regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\Roxio\Roxio Easy Media Creator 9 Suite\VideoCore 9\sonicmcdsdv.ax" - this command did not executed properly and not worked

4. Modified the output directory with spaces out. Example "Movie Clips" to "Movie_Clips" - WORKED...

 

 

So issue is with spaces here.

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For Windows 7

 

1. Tried to modify the settings to Software instead of Hardware - Not worked

2. Updated graphic drivers - Not worked

3. Executed regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\Roxio\Roxio Easy Media Creator 9 Suite\VideoCore 9\sonicmcdsdv.ax" - this command did not executed properly and not worked

4. Modified the output directory with spaces out. Example "Movie Clips" to "Movie_Clips" - WORKED...

 

 

So issue is with spaces here.

 

 

You will have other issues - no suite prior to Creator 2010 is compatable with Windows 7

Edited by gi7omy

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I do not see Options under Tools.

 

This Topic started 10 years ago and the last entry before you posted was 6 years ago :huh:

 

Might be better to start a New Topic in the Forum area that matches your software, with a full description of your issue/problem and I am sure someone will try to give you a hand ;)

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