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Videowave 8


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Hi. I am using videowave 8 and trying to output a photo slideshow as a video file in MPEG-2 format, and when I click on Create Video File it gives me the error message: Unable to build the render graph. How do I fix this problem. I am on a Gateway E-4100 3.07 GHz Intel Pentium 4 with Windows XP Home sp2. I just recently installed a new video card - 3DFORCE 5200TV AGP 8x 128MB DDR.

I have tried both hardware and software rendering, and neither seems to work. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.

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Check the card's manufacturer's website for the latest drivers and get the latest DirectX. You can download the latest DirectX here.

 

This seems to help some people with display problems.

 

Okay. I downloaded the latest DirectX updates as well as the latest driver updates for my video card.

But, I'm still getting the same message. Is there anything else you can suggest, please?

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Unable to build the render graph.

Odd that you are getting that when trying to create a video file. That usually shows up with unsupported analog capture devices. Do you know if that card uses the nVidia chipset (FX5200)? If so, maybe the nvidia drivers would work with that card.

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Odd that you are getting that when trying to create a video file. That usually shows up with unsupported analog capture devices. Do you know if that card uses the nVidia chipset (FX5200)? If so, maybe the nvidia drivers would work with that card.

 

Just checked, and it says Nvidia Unified Driver Architecture. Maybe I'll try to install those drivers and see if it works. Thanks.

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