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Video Compilation Min Video Card Requirements


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I am trying to convert Tivo files to DVD using the Copy & Convert Video Compilation function per Tivo's directions. When I click on the Video Compilation tab I get an error message that my video card fails to meet minimum specification. I can't find anywhere that tells me what the minimum spec should be except that it needs to be DirectX 9 compatible. I've updated the card drivers and DirectX drivers, but I'm not getting anywhere. The system is a few years old, but I'm hopeful I can still use it for this purpose.

 

CPU: P4 3.2ghz

RAM: 512MB (upgrading to 2GB this week)

Video Card: ATI Radeon 9800 Pro, 128MB 12/1/08 Driver update

Windows XP SP3 w/ November DirectX release installed

 

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Tried opening VideoWave, got an error message "There are insufficient graphics capabilities for the application to run which can be caused by the following: Video Card DRive may not support DirectX 9 or Your Video Card Hardware may not be sufficient for full DirectX 9 support."

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Tried opening VideoWave, got an error message "There are insufficient graphics capabilities for the application to run which can be caused by the following: Video Card DRive may not support DirectX 9 or Your Video Card Hardware may not be sufficient for full DirectX 9 support."

 

My Radeon 9800 Pro, worked in my backup computer, before it died.

 

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