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My DVD Freezes when transitions are added to editted video


Tim Doyle

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I first use Video Wave to create scenes in a recorded TV show. Then I remove thos scenes which contain commercials. I then add trasitions to the scences of the video that are left over. I then transfer it to My DVD to add chapters and menu buttons. Everything looks good in the preview screen, however, when I go to burn the project the program freezes as soon as the encoding begins. When I remove the transitios it seems to work ok, but the "transition" between scences is obviously not as good. Any suggestios?

 

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I was having the same problem. :angry2: I have PNY Geforce 6200 graphics card from Nvidia and the 3D transitions would not work properly amoung other things. I uninstalled and re installed Nvidia drivers three times and nothing worked. I have discovered that the Nvidia drivers have a lot of buggs :o and was told to obtain a tweaked driver from the web site listed below. It worked perfect after that. :P Make sure that you have Direct X9c installed and visual C++ Studio along with the latest version of Quick time. You may have to uninstall Roxio and re install, but I have not had to do this. After you make sure all of this is done open video wave it should prompt you that the program needs to test the graphics card for rendering capablilities. If it works well the rendering process will stay on the hardward button; using the software to render the project means your graphics driver is in adequate or your graphics card or drivers are too old.

 

The web site below will take care of the uninstall; driver clean; and re install the driver. Make sure you select the driver specified for you video card the Beta 84.43 driver is for the Geforce Nvida 6200. You can look yours up on this website.

http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=1380

 

select the (E) version

 

I'm the King of Transition nightmares with Roxio :) I went through several video cards. Bottom line for me was using Roxio with a Nvidia based card was gonna cause me grief. I ended up with an ATI Radeon based card and I am in my glory with it Roxio loves it! It was not just transitions either, I had other glitches as well. They are all gone. 9 runs a little slower than 8 but I have both installed and I use both with no more troubles. If nothing else suggested in these forums works for you, then do what I did.

 

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Update Directx9.

Update your video drivers (from Nvidia's site, not MS update)

If video drivers are current, uninstall them, reboot so basic MS VGA drivers take over, then re-install the current nvidia ones.

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Update Directx9.

Update your video drivers (from Nvidia's site, not MS update)

If video drivers are current, uninstall them, reboot so basic MS VGA drivers take over, then re-install the current nvidia ones.

 

My drivers are updated unfortunately I do not know how to unistall and them reinstall them Do you know where I can obtain instructions on how to both unistall and reinstall he drivers as well as how to ppdate Directx9? By the way, what does Directs9 do?

 

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My drivers are updated unfortunately I do not know how to unistall and them reinstall them Do you know where I can obtain instructions on how to both unistall and reinstall he drivers as well as how to ppdate Directx9? By the way, what does Directs9 do?

 

Tim

 

 

I was having the same problem. :angry2: I have PNY Geforce 6200 graphics card from Nvidia and the 3D transitions would not work properly amoung other things. I uninstalled and re installed Nvidia drivers three times and nothing worked. I have discovered that the Nvidia drivers have a lot of buggs :o and was told to obtain a tweaked driver from the web site listed below. It worked perfect after that. :P Make sure that you have Direct X9c installed and visual C++ Studio along with the latest version of Quick time. You may have to uninstall Roxio and re install, but I have not had to do this. After you make sure all of this is done open video wave it should prompt you that the program needs to test the graphics card for rendering capablilities. If it works well the rendering process will stay on the hardward button; using the software to render the project means your graphics driver is in adequate or your graphics card or drivers are too old.

 

The web site below will take care of the uninstall; driver clean; and re install the driver. Make sure you select the driver specified for you video card the Beta 84.43 driver is for the Geforce Nvida 6200. You can look yours up on this website.

 

 

http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=1380

 

select the (E) version

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