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  1. I am using Roxio Creator Nxt Pro 7 on an HP Spectra with an SSD and windows 10. I have been working on a video for 3 days straight night and day to meet a deadline. I can play it fine using the dmsn file, but when I try to output it to any format it crashes (run time error at just over 2into the output process. I have rearranged photos and videos in the file, but the stopping time is the same. The dmsn file contains both jpg pics, and videos (I have tried converting the videos to various formats-started with mov but have tried .mpg and mp4). The audio track is .mp3 and I did use audio ducking. The total time of the first segment I created is only 11 minutes I have had to continuely clear cache and re-create the dat file after most crashes on the file that added the background video on. - I did a repair on the installation to make sure the registry files were correct. - I split the file into 2 parts to make it easier to work with. I have not yet added audio to the 2nd dsmn file and it is also crashing 3 minutes into the output. There is clearly a problem with the output software My computer is more than capable of handing. I have checked Task Manger and am not maximizing any limits. I used Nxt Pro 6 frequently before upgrading, and loved the ease and simplicity in creating videos.. The Roxio software has been a disaster form me since I upgraded to NxtPro 7!!!!!!! If you are still using NxtPro 6 I highly suggest NOT upgrading. I hate trying to learn a different product at this point, but I need to get this video created and I am extremely frustrated after all the work I have put into it arranging videos, photos and adding panning, etc.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can someone PLEASE HELP! I though I had possibly figured out. I backed up a couple of older dmsn files that had audio track with videos that also had audio. I had not previously used auidio ducking on these files. They exported fine. After I did the audio ducking they crasked after 2-3 minutes. THEN under TOOLS/OPTIONS, i unchecked ":Enable Intel Enhanced for Core...... and did the output again with success, so I went back to my current file, ran with the same options - BUT FAILURE AGAIN!!!??? I cannot figure what is different in that file. Even when I had to change one of the folder names, I used the wizard and tried to point to the new folder name and that did not work. So I clicked on each file to "CONNECT" and that did not work. I had to DELETE each panel and re-add Photo/Video. It seems something in the file is corrupted. I hate to rebuild 3 days of work and then still not have it work again?!?!?!? I changed from Software to HARDWARE rendering and it finally worked - TOOK FOREVER THOUGH!
  2. Hello! I've been using Roxio for many years, and just purchased NXT5 a few days ago. I created a Videowave project using .MOV files, and when I tried to export the project (in several different formats), they all had the same issue - the audio didn't sync with some of the shorter video clips in my project - it was delayed. The playback, however, on the preview screen in the Videowave project editor has perfect audio. Any ideas? Thank you, Dominique.
  3. Using Video Wave I have imported a video file in avi format. It plays fine in Video Wave. However, I then try to Output the file as a mpg or another format and the resulting files plays but the audio stops after about 2.5 minutes. The video is fine but the audio just cuts out. I have tried two different output formats with no success. This is Creator NXT 4 on a Windows 10 PC. Does anyone have an idea as to what is causing this? I even tried NXT 2 and it does the same thing.
  4. Hi, I've been using the Roxio Game Capture HD PRO since March and I think it's fantastic however I've been hitting problems with the output files and editing. My issue is, whenever I edit with Videowave, it takes an long time to do the simplest of tasks and makes it unbearable. Especially when it crashes. So I've been trying to edit in Sony Vegas as I normally do but recently when I import my .m2ts files, it will never import the whole file. And also as the audio doesn't import either, I have to extract it from the file using Videowave. A way around this I've found is to put the output file as MP4 but the capture program always crashes when I've finished recording a file. Sorry if this isn't very specific on what I need help on but can anyone suggest anything for me to be able to edit these videos a lot less painfully? Thanks!
  5. I have churned through most of this discussion board, without much success. I have seen the issue of “wrong pitch” mentioned briefly in one other post, I can't find that one now. If the moderator sees this post as a dupe, s/he is free to move it or spitcan it as needed. By “wrong pitch,” I mean the frequency of the audio heard—music in the wrong key, children sound like adults, women sound like men, and men sound like Lurch. The audio speed was unchanged, although a second or two out of synch. New install of Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus, to a fairly new Win7 PC, 64-bit. My project was to convert home video shot on a Sony Hi8 Handycam to DVD. Software install was no problem, physical connections were a breeze. But the first time I played a video to it, the problem was obvious. This was not an issue with the videotape source—I can monitor the audio with headphones plugged into the camera, and anyway, videotape audio doesn't work like audio tape as far as tape speed goes—also, the video was unaffected. Seems to me the post I saw questioned the throughput of the PC, warned about excessive CPU usage as a possible culprit, but once again I don't think this should affect the audio's frequency. Digital, y'know. But I remembered that when I first connected the USB, it took a moment for Windoze to load the USB drivers. I clicked the balloon that popped up during the install, and saw it was searching Microsoft for the drivers. I remembered thinking it should have used Roxio drivers, but it was finished before I could make a move. But with the audio anomaly, I looked again. I opened the Device Manager (Control Panel → Hardware and Sound → Device Manager [under Devices and Printers]). I clicked the triangle next to Universal Serial Bus controllers to see the list of all the USB installations. I found several entries titled “USB Composite Device,” so I had to search through each one. I right-clicked and chose “Properties,” and clicked the “Details” tab. “Property” had a list of about 25 named attributes, one of which was “Install Date.” I knew when I had done the installation, so after awhile I knew I had the right one. So: Backed out of the Properties box, right-clicked, and chose “Uninstall.” OK, restarted the PC with the Roxio USB unplugged. With the PC powered up, I again plugged in the USB, saw the balloon pop up from the system tray, and “Click[ed] here for status.” This time I clicked the link saying “Skip obtaining driver software from Windows Update.” Once again, it finished too quickly for me to be able to tell where it was getting its drivers, but now the “Driver Software Installation” box identified it as a Roxio device. Success! Now the audio plays perfectly—no delay, good sound quality, boys sound like boys, girls like girls. Hope this helps someone.
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