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andre.bogey

I edittrim movies and saveas and they won't play ?

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Every time I bring up a videowave saved file of a bout 5-10 DIVX clips the error comes up disconnected drive. tried it on both my portable media drive and C: hard drive. can't find files. retry and skip. 59 KB is that about right? I want my movie trimmings!

can't find my production editor preview tools either. The tool bar disappeared. fantastic. was working a minute ago. too much late'

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Andre,

 

Please stick to the one thread for your problem, rather than posting several disconnected messages about it.

Thanks.

 

Now, would you like to calmly tell us what software you are running on what sort of system, and explain what you're doing or trying to do, and what error(s) you're needing help with?

 

e.g. 59 KB doesn't mean much to me and you haven't said how big your DivX clips are or what you're doing with them.

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Andre,

 

Please stick to the one thread for your problem, rather than posting several disconnected messages about it.

Thanks.

 

Now, would you like to calmly tell us what software you are running on what sort of system, and explain what you're doing or trying to do, and what error(s) you're needing help with?

 

e.g. 59 KB doesn't mean much to me and you haven't said how big your DivX clips are or what you're doing with them.

 

I have a windows XP pro. service pack 2 all the minimum requirements on the box. to spec.

Perfectly new hard drive. no extras not even online.

AVI file movies? The preview control bar. Is not there. I can't press play and see what I got below. I need to play straight through the trimmed clips. also need capture photo button. Sorry for the eye sore. late'

 

p.s. the saving files was the hard drive so I bought another one new. now I save and get a windows 10 error and immediately closes after about three or four saved clips on a production.

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