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I tried Copy from DVD, but as soon as I select to add at one of chapter,

It crashed with msg "Roxio VideoConverter has stopped working".

I downloaded update again and installed today but still same.

Any idea ?

 

Roxio 10.0.044

Vista 64 bits (4GB memory) SP1

Geforce 8500GT (with latest upgrade) graphic card

HP m8430f Model

 

<Crash Detail>

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH

Application Name: VideoConvert10.exe

Application Version: 10.0.0.86

Application Timestamp: 46cf4a36

Fault Module Name: StackHash_0970

Fault Module Version: 6.0.6001.18000

Fault Module Timestamp: 4791a783

Exception Code: c0000374

Exception Offset: 000aada3

OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3

Locale ID: 4105

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Sorry, from your original post I thought it was a fairly recent switch over. I assume you have tried the clean install?

I installed EMC 10 on VISTA from HP factory installed. it was clean I guess.

I had hard time to make work EMC 8 last time too. I guess I have to wait for a fix for VISTA 64 bit.

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EMC8 (and earlier) will NOT work in Vista - in fact they won't even work properly in XP if Internet Explorer 7 and/or Media Player 11 are installed

 

If you tried to install 8 on Vista, that could be the problem

 

Also, Vista 64 bit is causing a lot of problems on its own - not overlooking the fact that there really aren't any 64 bit apps around that can take advantage of the 64 bit OS (if anyone tells you that the 64 bit OS makes 32 bit apps work better, they're only fooling themselves)

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I was having the same problem and I found this worked.

 

Try this:

 

Open Video Convert

Click "Add Movie"

Click once on any video clip you want to add.

At the top of the pop-up window there is a tiny screen icon. It is the "Preview selected video" icon. Click on it and the video should start previewing in a new window. Stop it at any time after the preview has begun and close the window.

Then click "OK" in the first pop-up window and the movie/clip should add itself to Video Convert.

You can add as many more clips after that without having to preview each one.

This has worked every time for me since I figured it out. I have no idea why it helps, but it does.

 

I hope that helps.

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I was having the same problem and I found this worked.

 

Try this:

 

Open Video Convert

Click "Add Movie"

Click once on any video clip you want to add.

At the top of the pop-up window there is a tiny screen icon. It is the "Preview selected video" icon. Click on it and the video should start previewing in a new window. Stop it at any time after the preview has begun and close the window.

Then click "OK" in the first pop-up window and the movie/clip should add itself to Video Convert.

You can add as many more clips after that without having to preview each one.

This has worked every time for me since I figured it out. I have no idea why it helps, but it does.

 

I hope that helps.

I tried as you said. But as soon as I stopped from preveiwing, windows still at "ADD" popup and didn't add movie to video/convert box.

thanks.

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I tried Copy from DVD, but as soon as I select to add at one of chapter,

It crashed with msg "Roxio VideoConverter has stopped working".

I downloaded update again and installed today but still same.

Any idea ?

 

Roxio 10.0.044

Vista 64 bits (4GB memory) SP1

Geforce 8500GT (with latest upgrade) graphic card

HP m8430f Model

 

<Crash Detail>

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH

Application Name: VideoConvert10.exe

Application Version: 10.0.0.86

Application Timestamp: 46cf4a36

Fault Module Name: StackHash_0970

Fault Module Version: 6.0.6001.18000

Fault Module Timestamp: 4791a783

Exception Code: c0000374

Exception Offset: 000aada3

OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3

Locale ID: 4105

:unsure: :unsure:

 

I haven't seen anyone, with Vista 64, get things working right, but then again, I would imagine that there aren't all that many programs that do work well with VISTA 64.

 

It works great with Vista 32 bit.

 

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I haven't seen anyone, with Vista 64, get things working right, but then again, I would imagine that there aren't all that many programs that do work well with VISTA 64.

 

It works great with Vista 32 bit.

ROXIO 10 support VISTA 32 and 64. that's why I upgraded it from 8 to 10.

If it is true, they may not have clue either.

 

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EMC8 (and earlier) will NOT work in Vista - in fact they won't even work properly in XP if Internet Explorer 7 and/or Media Player 11 are installed

 

If you tried to install 8 on Vista, that could be the problem

 

Also, Vista 64 bit is causing a lot of problems on its own - not overlooking the fact that there really aren't any 64 bit apps around that can take advantage of the 64 bit OS (if anyone tells you that the 64 bit OS makes 32 bit apps work better, they're only fooling themselves)

I think that's the case I'm facing into. It's not really a 64-bit application at all.

Tech support didn't answer this problem too.

Wait more longer this time.

By the way, what product can add/copy from DVD chapter and re-create DVD as EMC 10 does ?

thanks.

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Open Video Convert

Click "Add Movie"

Click once on any video clip you want to add.

At the top of the pop-up window there is a tiny screen icon. It is the "Preview selected video" icon. Click on it and the video should start previewing in a new window. Stop it at any time after the preview has begun and close the window.

Then click "OK" in the first pop-up window and the movie/clip should add itself to Video Convert.

You can add as many more clips after that without having to preview each one.

This has worked every time for me since I figured it out. I have no idea why it helps, but it does.

I was having the same problem with Vista 32 Home Premium. I wouldn't call this a fix, but a work-around. Thanks Newbee!

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