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Saving Videowave Project


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I am new to the board, but not to Roxio products

I have created and saved slideshow projects which i then open in in VideoWave.

The problem is that it takes a LONG time to open these projects. editing in videowave is not a problem

however when I got to save my new VideoWave Project, it takes a LONG time to save.

My project contains about 60 pictures with transitions. The time it takes to save is about 7-10 mins

 

How can i improve this? Any help will do, i spend more time waiting to save vs. editing

 

Thanks all!

 

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I am new to the board, but not to Roxio products

I have created and saved slideshow projects which i then open in in VideoWave.

The problem is that it takes a LONG time to open these projects. editing in videowave is not a problem

however when I got to save my new VideoWave Project, it takes a LONG time to save.

My project contains about 60 pictures with transitions. The time it takes to save is about 7-10 mins

 

How can i improve this? Any help will do, i spend more time waiting to save vs. editing

 

Thanks all!

 

compaq d530cmt

P4

80GB Hard drive

1.5GB RAM

Intel 865G Chipset

 

Could you please refrase the sentence in red. Are you starting all of your productions in the Videowave program to start with or in another program and then opening in Videowave ?? If youonly have 60 or so photos, transitions and even some audio, it shouldn't take but a short time to open and close it, after saving it. Based on where you posted I assume you are using EMC 10.

 

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Could you please refrase the sentence in red. Are you starting all of your productions in the Videowave program to start with or in another program and then opening in Videowave ?? If youonly have 60 or so photos, transitions and even some audio, it shouldn't take but a short time to open and close it, after saving it. Based on where you posted I assume you are using EMC 10.

 

Frank...

 

Thanks Frank.

I guess i posted this entry in the wrong section. I am actually using EMC 2009.

to create the slideshow i select the "slideshow wizard" from the main menu.

So i start with the SlideShow wizard, save it as a slideshow project. then i go to videowave and open this

slideshow project and begin to edits.

 

Should i re-post this under the Easy Media Creator 2009 section.

 

thanks again.

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Thanks Frank.

I guess i posted this entry in the wrong section. I am actually using EMC 2009.

to create the slideshow i select the "slideshow wizard" from the main menu.

So i start with the SlideShow wizard, save it as a slideshow project. then i go to videowave and open this

slideshow project and begin to edits.

 

Should i re-post this under the Easy Media Creator 2009 section.

 

thanks again.

 

Don't use the Wizard. Start your production in VideoWave, which opens when you click on Edit Video-Enhanced, on the home screen.

 

You will have to do your production over, if you want to use just VideoWave.

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Don't use the Wizard. Start your production in VideoWave, which opens when you click on Edit Video-Enhanced, on the home screen.

 

You will have to do your production over, if you want to use just VideoWave.

 

:blink: So am i "screwed" if i keep it as is?

will a better graphics card or more RAM help?

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AS GPB suggested, best to open "Videowave" and make all your slide show productions in that program. Much, Much better !! As far as where to post in the future, just check all of the separate forum groups and post accordingly. (i.e. EMC 9, 10, C2009, Legacy Programs etc.) The "General" forum is for about anything you would like to post about however.

 

Frank...

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:blink: So am i "screwed" if i keep it as is?

will a better graphics card or more RAM help?

 

Open VideoWave, make a short production, save it, close VideoWave, and open it again. See if things speed up.

 

You have enough RAM, but your video chip may be the bottleneck.

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