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Video Wave Crashes/does Not Display Video

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I have done about everything I could to figure out this problem.

 

I have run repair... I have done a fresh install. (after cleaning up my registry)

 

The trouble I have is that even on loading a small video file (.mp4) Video Wave does not show the actual video content... it only plays the native audio to the file... and then will crash when I try to use any menu choice.

 

I am running windows 10 and I use an Nvidia 650 Ti video card.

 

 

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The program (NXT) is not compatible with Windows 10. The only one listed is NXT3

 

Please post the dxdiag evaluation of your computer. Follow these directions. Yes, they do work in W10. Directions for dxdiag. .

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Thanks for the help.

 

I can't really afford to upgrade to Nxt 3 yet. So any help is very welcome.

 

I can not stand Windows Movie Maker ... so if I can get this working... it would be a life saver...

 

 

DxDiag.txt

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Roll Windows 10 back to whatever you had before. As I said, NXT is not compatible with Windows 10.

 

I don't see anything terribly wrong in the dxdiag file.

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After testing the new version ... the same issue happens. No video displays ... just the audio ... Mp4 files captures using Windows 10 XBox Game DVR.

 

So much for upgrading fixing things.

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Ok, got Quicktime to install on Windows 10 ... and discovered that the issue is ONLY with video created by the Windows 10 Game DVR. Something about how it is encoding the vids.

 

It is odd that the raw video plays fine ... but can not be edited in Video Wave (or converted in Copy & Convert).

 

Thank you for the help.

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It is not unusual that companies tweak the video file types. Quicktime is needed for some types of mp4/mov/etc.files.

 

Try using the free "Any Video Converter" to convert the videos to mpg2 (if you want to burn them to a disc).

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There does not seem to be any way to tweak the settings of the Windows Game DVR, but oddly if I just save the video after opening it in Windows Movie Maker it works fine... even a very large file (almost a Gig)

 

Also .mp4 format by the way, Its very odd. But at least now I understand the problem.

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