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  1. DLConst

    Sound Videowave

    Have finally given up all hope to run NXT in Windows 8. After initiating an issue with Roxio technical assistance, I still do not have a resolution to this problem. I have tried ALL of the suggestions from Roxio with no solution. I have also tried reformatting my ssd and re-installing Windows 8 with no success. My resolution was to reformat my ssd and install Windows 7 Ultimate that has NO issues running NXT. If anyone can pin this error down with a resolution, I would be very interested.
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    Sound Videowave

    I have looked at Canon HG10 manual and cannot find any reference to "FTX". What is FTX? Operating System: Windows 8 Pro 64-bit (6.2, Build 9200) (9200.win8_gdr.130531-1504) Language: English (Regional Setting: English) System Manufacturer: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. System Model: GA-A75-UD4H BIOS: Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG Processor: AMD A8-3870 APU with Radeon HD Graphics (4 CPUs), ~3.0GHz Memory: 32768MB RAM Available OS Memory: 31742MB RAM Page File: 3417MB used, 60068MB available Windows Dir: C:\Windows DirectX Version: DirectX 11
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    Sound Videowave

    I have the same problem using Windows 8. I have a Canon HG10 camcorder that records HD in AVCHD format. With Creator NXT, in videowave, the audio will play, but as soon as I split a scene to trim, the audio goes disappears. Previously, I used Creator 2011 without this issue. I have used any video converter to edit a short clip, but the quality of the video decreased dramatically.
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    Tag Video Files?

    I have many old "home movies" converted to .avi files. I would like to be able to "tag" these videos, so I can search for who is in them, dates, places, etc. To date, I have not been able to accomplish this. Any answer? Thanks in advance.
  5. Thanks for all the suggestions. I have no problem creating the scenes, my only problem is exporting them one at a time. What I have is digitized 8mm film that has been spliced into 400 ft. reels with no organization as per date and place. I have 6 such "reels" that have been digitized. What I want to accomplish is to split each reel into scenes that equal a storyline panel. When this is done, I can edit each individual panel, (scene), for trimming and color correction. Once I have edited each panel, I would like to export each panel as a separate video file so I can create customized DVD's for people without making them watch something they are not interested in. So far my work around consists of importing the file, then: 1. split off and edit the first "scene". 2. Copy and the cut the balance of the video. 3. Export my "scene". 4. Paste balance of video back into VideoWave. 5. Delete the "scene" already exported. 6. Repeat steps 1 through 5. It would be nice if I could pick a panel or scene and export only that scene without having to do the above procedures.
  6. Using Creator 2011. I have a home video file that has many different scenes that are out of order. I would like to split this video into individual scenes and export the scenes so that they are individual video files. Then I can tag these files and reorganize them in the appropriate order to create a correct timeline. Any suggestions other than deleting all footage before and after clip and then exporting?
  7. DLConst

    Video Sound Quality

    I too, have the same "problem" with audio skipping in, (Roxio 2011), Videowave. I am using a Canon 7D 1080p camera. I have found that the video and audio play just fine in CinePlayer as well as Windows Media Player. The audio skipping only happens when you try to use the video in Videowave. I tried to convert video file using "Any Video Converter", this resolved the audio skipping, but degraded the 1080p video to almost unwatchable. My current work around uses Roxio Video Copy and Convert, converting the video clip to 1080p - highest quality. This does work without much video quality loss. Also Adobe CS5 Premiere will convert video file to AVI which is better quality that Copy and Convert. I have been in contact with Roxio about this problem and have sent them a video clip sample to work with. I have not heard back from Roxio, (It's only been 6 days), and have suggested that they need to create a patch to resolve this issue. I find it hard to believe that Roxio will not fix this problem, given that Canon is one of the TOP name brands and camcorders are losing to camera that also take video.
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