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Editing Downloaded Video Sd Card

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I have been using Roxio Creator 10 for some years now both with digital tape and now SD cards downloaded onto my computer. I am currently trying to edit an SD card I have down loaded, but after editing around 35 frames up pops error close programme and I loose all the work I have done. Is this the soft ware or my computer.?

 

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I have been using Roxio Creator 10 for some years now both with digital tape and now SD cards downloaded onto my computer. I am currently trying to edit an SD card I have down loaded, but after editing around 35 frames up pops error close programme and I loose all the work I have done. Is this the soft ware or my computer.?

 

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You posted in Creator 2010; is that what you have or do you have Easy Media Creator 10 or an OEM versions like Creator 10 DE?

 

What is on the SD card? Where did you get the files on the SD card? Did you just copy the SD card contents to your computer? IS there any possibility that the card contents are copyright protected?

 

35 frames is just over a second; is that true that it stops after just over a second??

 

Do you have a CD card that you used successfully in the past to try?

 

Do you do regular maintenance on your computer - clean up TEMP files, get rid of trial programs, defrag (if not a Solid State drive)?

 

What is the exact error number and wording (a screen shot will help).

 

Please post the dxdiag exe TEXT file so we can see what is going on with your computer. Do this - please follow the instructions exactly.

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Thank you for your reply. I still have the original Roxio Box and Disc and both say Roxio Creator 2010. I have not had any trouble editing what I have down loaded many times before this and I have used this 16 GB card before without any problems. I find using the San Disc method quite laborious having to drag down the individual frames and as I say when I got to around frame 35 the first time the screen just switched of and I lost about an hour and a half's work, so I tried again and this time just a notice came up error programme closing and lost all that work again. I am wondering as I have never deleted any of my previous productions if I have reached capacity and need to delete the earlier ones. I will try doing this.

 

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Well at least you cleared up the Creator 10 vs Creator 2010 confusion.

 

What about the answers to the other questions?

 

What do you mean by frames? To most people that means one frame in a video - sort of like a screen shot of the video at that point.

 

I also don;t know what you mean by "The scan disc method". Please explain.

 

You have posted before so you should have an idea of what we need to help you wihtout us digging through all you old posts. That takes time that we can use for other posters.

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Thank you for your reply. I still have the original Roxio Box and Disc and both say Roxio Creator 2010. I have not had any trouble editing what I have down loaded many times before this and I have used this 16 GB card before without any problems. I find using the San Disc method quite laborious having to drag down the individual frames and as I say when I got to around frame 35 the first time the screen just switched of and I lost about an hour and a half's work, so I tried again and this time just a notice came up error programme closing and lost all that work again. I am wondering as I have never deleted any of my previous productions if I have reached capacity and need to delete the earlier ones. I will try doing this.

 

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Copy the files, from the San Disc stick, to your PC, and do the editing on the PC. If you want the finished product on your San Disc, copy it back to the stick.

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