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DVDit Pro HD Runtime Error

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I've just used the programme for the first time to author a Blu Ray disc sucessfully.

But now trying to use it again and it crashes every time I import media with the following error message:

 

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Runtime Error!

 

Program:C:\Program Files\Roxio\DVDit Pro HD\DVDit Pro HD.exe

 

R6025

-pure virtual function call

 

This happens with a variety of different HD and SD encoded files, not one particular file.

 

Weirdly, the last (and only) sucessful project can still be opened.

I've checked that the 'auto load last project' is NOT selected.

 

I've tried the obvious things of uninstalling coflicting DVD programmes, although these were on the computer when DVDit actually worked. Have also unistalled and re-installed DVDit Pro HD.

 

Nothing significant has changed on the PC either.

 

Any solutions?

 

 

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I realize this is 2 years later, but did you figure out what was wrong and do you remember? This is happening to me, too!

 

Running DVDit Pro HD 6.4.2 on Windows 7 64 bit - also have Avid Media Composer 5.0.3 on the same CPU

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Do you have tried to use Dvdit! HD PRO compatible with XP Service Pack 2? For me was a solution. I hope that can help you.

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It happened to me a few days ago when I tried to export a 2:17 hours wedding video. I spent a whole day to export the video for 8 times. It didn't work. Finally, I have to re-edited the video and cut it short to 2:07 hours. It works, however; I just don't know why. Anyway, you may try reedit your video to decrease some too complicated editing.

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