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I am trying to add text over a small video clip. I am working with an MP4 music video and am trying to add the words on the screen as it plays. I got the video from a DVD. I was only able to get as far as adding one of the texts and then when I tried to play the video to see the lyrics the video just hung and did nothing else. I have never been able to get past this point.

 

Operating System (including service packs): Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack1

Make: Toshiba

Model: Satellite L775D 64 bit Quad Core

Video card AMD Radeon HD 6520F

Processor speed: 1.4ghz

RAM: 8gig

Free hard drive space: 340 gig free

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I am trying to add text over a small video clip. I am working with an MP4 music video and am trying to add the words on the screen as it plays. I got the video from a DVD. I was only able to get as far as adding one of the texts and then when I tried to play the video to see the lyrics the video just hung and did nothing else. I have never been able to get past this point.

 

Operating System (including service packs): Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack1

Make: Toshiba

Model: Satellite L775D 64 bit Quad Core

Video card AMD Radeon HD 6520F

Processor speed: 1.4ghz

RAM: 8gig

Free hard drive space: 340 gig free

 

DId you look at the minimum requirements for editing video before you bought the product. That 1.4 ghz processor may just not be enough even though it is quad core.

 

For data burning and copy, audio capture and editing: Intel® 1.6GHz Pentium 4 processor or AMD equivalent, 512MB RAM for windows XP and 1GB RAM for Windows Vista and Windows 7. For video editing and conversion and DVD playback Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 1GB RAM. Multi-core processor with at least 2GB RAM recommended

 

Four cores working slowly may be slower than 2 cores working quickly. Each core must be able to do the work.

 

Have you been able to load the video and then output it to a file without adding the text? That might be a thing to try to see if your CPU is good enough.

 

Is the video clip from a protected DVD? Did you get any warning about DRM protection?

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