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  1. For some time I've been concerned by how long it takes to both OPEN and SAVE Productions in Videowave, so have done some detailed analysis. OPEN Production of 80 x Images (JPG), 2 x MOV and 20 x MTS creating Roxio Movie of 13 minutes duration Started at 16:13 Videowave almost immediately took 100% of one of my CPU's Reads JPGs Completed at 16:15 Videowave still using 100% Reads MOV and MTS Reads Music OPEN completed at 16:17 so taking around 4 minutes Make some changes, doesn't matter what (unless someone wants to convince me otherwise) SAVE Production (no deletions or additions) Started at 16:24 Writes to .DAT file CPU at 100% Writes to .DMSM Completed at 16:25 VW continues at 100% CPU No Disk activity No Network activity 100% CPU Usage SAVE Completed at 16:30 Question, what is Videowave doing for the last 5 or six minutes after it seems to have done what it needs? If anyone wants to throw this at Roxio Support, feel free. Regards
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