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Video Wave Error While Editing In Mydvd


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Can anyone please help?

 

While editing video in mydvd, an error occurs stating "videowave 11.exe encountered problems and has to shut down". I've read through the forums and after reading all of the suggestions, I have done the clean install process 7 times. I also have reformatted my computer 3 times in the past week. I have repaired Microsoft net.framework 3.5 sp1 file. Basically, any of the suggestions on the forums, I have tried. When I first bought and installed Creator 2009, it worked great. I was able to edit and create videos with no problems. Then this error started for no apparent reason. Now, regardless of what I do, I still receive the error. My computer meets or exceeds all of the system requirements for roxio creator 2009. If anyone has experienced the same problem or has any other ideas on what might be causing the error or how to correct it, I would appreciate the feedback.

 

Thanks!

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Ge-Force 4 mx 128MB video card

500 GIG hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp SP3

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

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Can anyone please help?

 

While editing video in mydvd, an error occurs stating "videowave 11.exe encountered problems and has to shut down". I've read through the forums and after reading all of the suggestions, I have done the clean install process 7 times. I also have reformatted my computer 3 times in the past week. I have repaired Microsoft net.framework 3.5 sp1 file. Basically, any of the suggestions on the forums, I have tried. When I first bought and installed Creator 2009, it worked great. I was able to edit and create videos with no problems. Then this error started for no apparent reason. Now, regardless of what I do, I still receive the error. My computer meets or exceeds all of the system requirements for roxio creator 2009. If anyone has experienced the same problem or has any other ideas on what might be causing the error or how to correct it, I would appreciate the feedback.

 

Thanks!

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Ge-Force 4 mx 128MB video card

500 GIG hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp SP3

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

That video card is not a directx 9.0 card!

System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements:

1024x768 DirectX 9 compatible graphics card with at least 16-bit color setting, sound card, DVD-ROM drive.

 

Videowave and mydvd under tools, set to render in software or hardware?

 

cd

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Hey cd,

 

Thanks for replying so quickly! I went in to Nvidia settings and the video card is set at the highest setting of 32 bit and Direct X 9 is installed on the computer from the video card driver cd. I have a Sony DVD ROM burner

and the render is set on hardware. I have it set on hardware because when it's set on software, you lose the 3D and random transition options. I contacted Roxio Support back when I was using Easy Media Creator 9 Suite and they said to set in on hardware to get those options back. But I am willing to change it to software if it will fix the problem.

 

Any other ideas would be appreciated!

 

 

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD-Rom Burner

500 GIG hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

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Hey cd,

 

Thanks for replying so quickly! I went in to Nvidia settings and the video card is set at the highest setting of 32 bit and Direct X 9 is installed on the computer from the video card driver cd. I have a Sony DVD ROM burner

and the render is set on hardware. I have it set on hardware because when it's set on software, you lose the 3D and random transition options. I contacted Roxio Support back when I was using Easy Media Creator 9 Suite and they said to set in on hardware to get those options back. But I am willing to change it to software if it will fix the problem.

 

Any other ideas would be appreciated!

 

 

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD-Rom Burner

500 GIG hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

It isn't going to work when it is set to Hardware, because the video card isn't good enough for hardware render. Do a test to see if it is going to work when it is set to Software.

 

Also, do you really have a DVD burner? What model is it? It appears to be a DVD reader, only.

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grandpa bruce,

 

Thank you for replying. Yes, I have a dvd burner I miss typed in my original post and I have burned videos in the past using the Roxio Creator 2009 to create them. I don't understand why it worked fine and then suddenly started giving me this error. The program also worked fine with my existing video card previously. It doesn't work properly in software mode either as it causes the video preview to freeze periodically. I am planning to update my video card to a better one which I'm hoping might fix the problem. If anyone has any recommendations regarding video cards, please let me know!

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx AGP 8X - 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

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grandpa bruce,

 

Thank you for replying. Yes, I have a dvd burner I miss typed in my original post and I have burned videos in the past using the Roxio Creator 2009 to create them. I don't understand why it worked fine and then suddenly started giving me this error. The program also worked fine with my existing video card previously. It doesn't work properly in software mode either as it causes the video preview to freeze periodically. I am planning to update my video card to a better one which I'm hoping might fix the problem. If anyone has any recommendations regarding video cards, please let me know!

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx AGP 8X - 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

If everything worked before and you are now having problems then something must have changed on your system, some updates? At what point exactly does the problem occur? What kind of editing are you doing when it happens? What is the source video? Does it happen when you launch Videowave and do editing? Actually your editing should be done using Videowave rather then through myDVD. VW is for creating/editing the video while myDVD is the authouring/burning program. But then perhaps your video card is failing :unsure:

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myguggi,

 

Thanks for replying, I am thinking that I must have received a Windows update that is conflicting with Creator 2009. The problem is I don't have any idea which one. I hate to think that I have to reformat and install each update one by one. I am going to upgrade my video card, but I have a feeling that will not resolve my problem.

 

The problem happens when I am putting a project together in MY-DVD (adding and removing video clips, adding transitions and audio etc.). The source video is from an old mini dv video camera. I don't use Videowave for anything, I do all my work in MY-DVD. I will try using Videowave in the future.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

Thanks!

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx AGP 8X - 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

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grandpa bruce,

 

Thank you for replying. Yes, I have a dvd burner I miss typed in my original post and I have burned videos in the past using the Roxio Creator 2009 to create them. I don't understand why it worked fine and then suddenly started giving me this error. The program also worked fine with my existing video card previously. It doesn't work properly in software mode either as it causes the video preview to freeze periodically. I am planning to update my video card to a better one which I'm hoping might fix the problem. If anyone has any recommendations regarding video cards, please let me know!

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx AGP 8X - 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

I found an AGP card, on the AMD/ATI site, here:

 

http://ati.amd.com/products/RadeonX1650/ra...oagp/index.html

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Bruce,

 

Thanks for the information. I am going to try this and hope it works.

 

 

 

Thanks again!

 

 

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx AGP 8X - 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

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Bruce,

 

Thanks for the information. I am going to try this and hope it works.

 

 

 

Thanks again!

 

 

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

Nvidia Ge-Force 4 mx AGP 8X - 128MB video card (32 bit Direct X 9)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

I am also using Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

You're welcome, and let me know how that card works out. I need a new AGP video card, for my backup computer.

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Hi everyone,

 

After installing the file dxwebsetup, it seems to the problem has been repaired. I have been using the program for about 2 weeks and no errors have appeared. I also purchased a new video card as recommended by grandpabruce which is working great.

 

Thanks for the help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

ATI HD 3650 AGP - 512MB video card (128 bit)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

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Hi everyone,

 

After installing the file dxwebsetup, it seems to the problem has been repaired. I have been using the program for about 2 weeks and no errors have appeared. I also purchased a new video card as recommended by grandpabruce which is working great.

 

Thanks for the help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Specs:

Intel Pentium 4 processor- 3 GHZ

2 GIG RAM

ATI HD 3650 AGP - 512MB video card (128 bit)

Sony DVD RW DRU - 820a

500 GIG S-ATA hard drive (400 GIG remaining)

Windows Xp Home Edition SP3

SB audigy sound card

Pinnacle 710-USB capturing device.

 

That's great! I didn't realize that there was an AGP model of that card. It has to be a sweet card!

 

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