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Videowave Crashes

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VideoWave crashed (program not responding) when I try to trim a video that exceeds 30 minutes in length. A 30 minute video is ready to be trimmed in seconds and a 44 minute video sends cpu use soaring for hours, then nothing. Suggestions?

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VideoWave crashed (program not responding) when I try to trim a video that exceeds 30 minutes in length. A 30 minute video is ready to be trimmed in seconds and a 44 minute video sends cpu use soaring for hours, then nothing. Suggestions?

 

Have you checked on your CPU temperatures? IS the CPU at 100% for a long time?

 

Please tell us about your computer via dxdiag (link).

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Your computer really doesn't meet the minimum requirements for the program. It will overheat and shut down on long encodes but you are not seeing it. It will be extremely slow.

 

The requirements are: " For video or photo editing, conversion and playback, Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 2GB RAM. Multi-core processor highly recommended."

 

Update you video chip (if there is an update) Make sure nothing else is running while you are doing encoding (rendering).including the internet, antivirus, etc.

 

What is drive "F" ? Don;t use that for anything until you clean it up and defrag. Make sure all you resources (Videos, images, music, etc) are on your system drive. Clean (remove temp and TMP files, remove trial programs and programs you no longer need). and defrag your system drive. Here are some excellent tools to use (Link). Do not accept any other add-ons.

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Processor: Pentium® Dual-Core CPU E5700 @ 3.00GHz (2 CPUs), ~1.8GHz

 

Your computer really doesn't meet the minimum requirements for the program.

 

Don't know why the DxDiag info says 1.8GHz on the end?

 

The E5700 is more CPU than the system requirements.

 

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