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Videowave 7 Won't Render Video

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When I press "Render Now" and it says "Rendering Video", it sets for 10 minutes or more with no movement of any kind. Then it just goes back to the screen before the "Render Now" button where you name the video. There is no error message of any sort, it just acts like nothing happened. Its on a totally fresh install of Windows XP.

 

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System Specs:

Windows XP Home

ATI Athlon64 X2 4200+ 2.2 Ghz Dual Core

Nvidia GeForce 6200 with TurboCash (256 MB)Driver Version 270.61

1 GB RAM

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When I press "Render Now" and it says "Rendering Video", it sets for 10 minutes or more with no movement of any kind. Then it just goes back to the screen before the "Render Now" button where you name the video. There is no error message of any sort, it just acts like nothing happened. Its on a totally fresh install of Windows XP.

 

Thank you

 

System Specs:

Windows XP Home

ATI Athlon64 X2 4200+ 2.2 Ghz Dual Core

Nvidia GeForce 6200 with TurboCash (256 MB)Driver Version 270.61

1 GB RAM

 

If you have IE 7 or higher installed, it will have broken EMC 7/7.5. You will have to roll back to IE6. The same is true if you have WMP 10 or hogher.

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If you have IE 7 or higher installed, it will have broken EMC 7/7.5. You will have to roll back to IE6. The same is true if you have WMP 10 or hogher.

 

Interesting, I have I8 and WMP 11...so that is probably the issue...is the only way around it to roll back? Because that seems like the kind of thing Roxio would want to release a patch for IMO...It worked on my other PC which had IE8...but I'm not sure about what version of WMP I had...may have been 10...

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Interesting, I have I8 and WMP 11...so that is probably the issue...is the only way around it to roll back? Because that seems like the kind of thing Roxio would want to release a patch for IMO...It worked on my other PC which had IE8...but I'm not sure about what version of WMP I had...may have been 10...

 

Some users have been able to use parts of EMC 7/7.5 when they had IE7 or IE8 installed. I know I had it fail with IE7 installed, could not do any video work. Went back to IE6 and everything is fine .

 

There will never be any patch to fix it as the program is now 7 versions/years old and Roxio no longer supports it.

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