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  1. I have a VAIO GRT250P running XP Pro, Pentium 4, 2.66 GHz, GeForce4 420 Go video card with 32 Mb. Started out with the download version but after several chats with tech support they agreed to send the installation and content disks. Build 805B30B ENU. In attempting to deal with text editor problems Tech support suggested intalling without cineplayer, which requires copying the installation disk to a hard drive folder and removing cineplayer contents. All goes well with installation except that the "Roxio Central" folder is not placed into Common Files\Roxio Shared, hence the Main folder with Roxio_Central.exe does not exist. I have installed all modules except Drag-to-Disk and Photosuite. Is there a way to include Roxio_Central or is this blocked by the absence of Cineplayer?
  2. I have a VAIO GRT250P running XP Pro, Pentium 4, 2.66 GHz, GeForce4 420 Go video card with 32 Mb. Started out with the download version but after several chats with tech support they agreed to send the installation and content disks. Build 805B30B ENU, the options are set to software rendering. So the problem is in trying to add text to a video item to run as scrolling credits. With the download version installed, the pasted text was entered right to left, it looked like you were viewing from the back of the screen. Now the text file, only 2k, goes in but as I add line feeds to break the lines and add spacing the editor gets to a fixed point and hangs the program. Tech support first said that it was the video driver. Updates on mobile drivers are up to Sony and I have the most recent. I put the software on a newer Gateway and the same thing happens. Next they suggested re-installing without Cineplayer as they have traced some conflicts to this module. At present I have only VideoWave installed, without Cineplayer and the problem still exists. I have seen some posts suggesting that V7 had a text limit but tech support never mentioned this for V8. I tried to break the text into blocks. The help file indicates you should be able to add multiple text tracks to an item however I get an error message "No more than 1 text effect track(s) may be added." Any thoughtss?
  3. he209kc

    Text Edits Crash Videowave

    Thanks for the quick response. I can accept that as a possibility, although it seems like a very short cycle time for the age of the laptop. Do you have any thoughts on why V8 will not allow an additional text track as the help file describes?
  4. I have a VAIO GRT250P running XP Pro, Pentium 4, 2.66 GHz, GeForce4 420 Go video card with 32 Mb. Started out with the download version but after several chats with tech support they agreed to send the installation and content disks. Build 805B30B ENU, the options are set to software rendering. So the problem is in trying to add text to a video item to run as scrolling credits. With the download version installed, the pasted text was entered right to left, it looked like you were viewing from the back of the screen. Now the text file, only 2k, goes in but as I add line feeds to break the lines and add spacing the editor gets to a fixed point and hangs the program. Tech support first said that it was the video driver. Updates on mobile drivers are up to Sony and I have the most recent. I put the software on a newer Gateway and the same thing happens. Next they suggested re-installing without Cineplayer as they have traced some conflicts to this module. At present I have only VideoWave installed, without Cineplayer and the problem still exists. I have seen some posts suggesting that V7 had a text limit but tech support never mentioned this for V8. I tried to break the text into blocks. The help file indicates you should be able to add multiple text tracks to an item however I get an error message "No more than 1 text effect track(s) may be added." Any suggestions welcome
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