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erikmroth

Video Rendering Stops/freezes

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Recently, I've had trouble with rendering videos on NXT 2. After saving the video and beginning the rendering process, it freezes/stops at a certain point. The input is a wmv and the output is an mpeg4. Any solutions to this?

 

Thanks, Erik

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You probably need to run a proper Repair...

 

First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.

 

Unplug your RGC Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.

 

Now insert your Roxio Disc.

 

Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)

 

When you reach the screen where
Repair
is offered, choose that!

 

When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

 

Let us know ;)

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Hi Digital Guru, thank you for the suggestions. I completed all of that as you suggested and tried rendering the video again and the rendering stops in the same place at 37%, 29 min, 14 sec and 19 frames. It's quite bizarre.

 

The video is question is a training video recorded from GotoMeeting, downloaded and converted to a wmv. I added a few slides in the beginning and end of the video, then have been trying to render it. This has now happened with the last 2 videos downloaded from GotoMeeting and converted to wmv. I want to upload it directly to YouTube for the students, but first I have to render it since YouTube won't allow access directly from Roxio.

If you have any more suggestions, I am open to that. Not sure where to take it from here.

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Never used the software...

 

WHAT is it that you downloaded? What format and why change it to WMV?

 

NXT has about 30 programs within it. WHICH ONE are you using?

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Hi Digital Guru, thank you for the suggestions. I completed all of that as you suggested and tried rendering the video again and the rendering stops in the same place at 37%, 29 min, 14 sec and 19 frames. It's quite bizarre.

 

The video is question is a training video recorded from GotoMeeting, downloaded and converted to a wmv. I added a few slides in the beginning and end of the video, then have been trying to render it. This has now happened with the last 2 videos downloaded from GotoMeeting and converted to wmv. I want to upload it directly to YouTube for the students, but first I have to render it since YouTube won't allow access directly from Roxio.

If you have any more suggestions, I am open to that. Not sure where to take it from here.

 

So what is at 29:14:19 that causes the program to crash?

 

How long in time is the total project?

Does it render if you don't add any slides?

From waht foramt did you convert to wmv? Why did you need to convert to wmv?

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GotoMeeting is a video conference website that allows for recording presentations and Q&A from subscribers. The video was originally recorded in their format, then they automatically convert it to WMV. The total video is 1 hour, 18 minutes, 11 seconds long. I needed to convert it so that I can add slides to the video and allow others to see it in a universal format such as mp4.

 

I'm not sure what causes the video rendering process to freeze. But I did successfully try a workaround last night.

1) First, I used a software called FreeStudio by DVDvideosoft.com to render the video from WMV to MP4 without adding slides.

2) Then, I rendered the video with Roxio Videowave as ARCHOS MPEG4 (AVI) best quality

3) This time, Roxio Videowave successfully rendered the video

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simply ADD the wmv to VideoWave. (edit video advanced)

 

Split wherever you want to insert your slides.

 

Save Project then Export As.

 

You realize that the format you chose is not an MP4 file? It produces a low quality (368 X 208) AVI file.

 

Depending on your target audience, one of the iPad choices or AVC's would probably be better... Then too, that depends on the quality of the source wmv file.

With Video you cannot render UP! ;)

 

Either of those 2 will produce MP4 files.

 

VW accepts many formats but if the GoToMeeting native format is not standard video and wmv is their only choice, then that is what we will work with :D

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