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#1 allan369

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Posted 07 August 2011 - 09:42 AM

Hi.

I have owned roxio 2010 pro creator and used it to burn DVD of camera HD video from a Canon 7D and Canon G12 this worked really well.

When i upgraded my pc for an intel I7 and 16gb ram i thought wow this will be good.

I bought 2011 pro however when i use the same clips that would work before in DVD maker it plays sound way out it seems in advance and jutters.

The clips 3 in total only last about 5 mins.

They play fine in WMP but both when you check the content in roxio or burn on a dvd it has sound issues, picture is very good,

I have tried unistall and reinstall. The program has been on a raid 0 array and standard 7200rpm disk the files are working on a SSD drive so plenty of power.

Any ideas please

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Allan

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Posted 07 August 2011 - 10:49 AM

Did you clear out the temp folders, defrag, etc? Most SSD drives are quite small so the temp folder will fill up fast.

One trick is to set the temp folder (visa control panel, environment settings) to another drive and keep them out of the road on that.

Also with 12 GB of RAM, you can safely disable pagefile, freeing up more space.

That being said, try rendering with any background apps closed down in case that's the culprit (the computer is trying to do different things at the same time and that can also cause stutter
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Posted 07 August 2011 - 10:07 PM

View Postgi7omy, on 07 August 2011 - 10:49 AM, said:

Did you clear out the temp folders, defrag, etc? Most SSD drives are quite small so the temp folder will fill up fast.

One trick is to set the temp folder (visa control panel, environment settings) to another drive and keep them out of the road on that.

Also with 12 GB of RAM, you can safely disable pagefile, freeing up more space.

That being said, try rendering with any background apps closed down in case that's the culprit (the computer is trying to do different things at the same time and that can also cause stutter

Hi and thank you for your reply.

Yes i checked the temp folders are empty i do regular defrag of my standard drives and i have switched of prefetch superfetch and pagefile i am running windows 7 64 bit.

The roxio program works very fast with rendering it is just that the sound and image do not match and it sounds as if the words are short i.e small become on the video mall reminds me of the old comedy type who pretends the mic is faulty and keeps tapping it as if to make it work. If it was not that on wmp it played fine i would wonder if the sound was recoreded wrong

Allan




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