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Multiple Video Problems




I have read most of the posts here and gotten a lot of great information. I am having several problems that I hope someone can help with.


I have Roxio EMC 7.5 on both of my desktops. On PC #1, I have successfully captured a live concert video into VideoWave, extracted the audio, removed all the talking, applause, etc and came up with a good audio file. Now whenever I try to open VideoWave, DVD Builder or Capture - the software opens, then immediately says it has encountered an error and must close. I have followed several posts about this problem and tried each of the suggestions, none of which have fixed the problem. I bought my software via download. I have repaired it via "add / remove programs" ... still no luck. I have not removed it as I don't know how to get it back then ... does this actually delete the program ... is the exe file still someplace? On #2 PC VideoWave comes up fine and stays up ... ??? I have tried the "rename Media Manager" folder suggestion and several others that I found on this forum.


I have another situation with recorded tv programs. My husband copied two separate programs from the DVR box to two separate DVD's. He asked me to remove the commercials, etc. The first 11 minutes and some seconds is squashed ... the picture is in the left half of the screen and the right hald of the screen is green --- this happens on BOTH DVD's - the exact same amount of time. I finally copied the program to my laptop that is set up with Media Center, then copied the file to my desktop. This took about 1 1/2 hours which is how long the program was. I could not use VideoWave ... it is crashing as described above. I finally used Sonic MyDVd ... cut out all the commercials, made an intro screen... saved it - took as long to save as it did to copy it from laptop to pc. Then I burned the DVD - again, this took as long to do as the program is long. The master seems fine - however I tried to copy it to another DVD and the audio is "computerized" sounds like R2D2 talking! Do I have to "burn" each copy that I want at 1 1/2 hours each???


I know there are a lot of quesitons / issues here - if anyone has any advice, please let me know. I am seriously considering finding another video software at this point.


My Main PC is:

HP Pavillion m7360n

Windows XP Media Center 2005

2 GB RAm

300 GB HD

NViDIA GeForce video card


If you need more info than this please just let me know.


Thank you,


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