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Video Copy and Convert won't convert


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• Operating System (including service packs): Windows 7, Home Premium, 64 bit

• Make: Dell

• Model: Studio XPS 8000

• Video card nVidia GeForce GTS 240 1024 MB GDDR3

• Processor speed: Intel Core i5-750 (8MB Cache, 2.66GHz)

• RAM: 8GB DDR3 SDRAM at 1066MHz- 4x2GB

• Free hard drive space: 836 GB

• I last did a Windows/Macintosh update on: 11/30/09

• Monitor DellSX2210 22" Flat Panel

Direct X SDX (Aug 2009)

Roxio Creator 2010 with service pack 1, I open VCC and attenpt to capture and convert a DVD with a movie in TS format. The program scans the DVD and then it goes to Caching title screen and immediately get an error message that "Roxio Video Capture has stopped working" Have tried this several times but no success. I have had several problems with the program.

First it wouldn't open videowave- using Roxio support I had to change screen resolution to 16 bit color and that got video wave working. Had to update Direct X and thats when problems with VCC started.

 

 

 

 

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• Operating System (including service packs): Windows 7, Home Premium, 64 bit

• Make: Dell

• Model: Studio XPS 8000

• Video card nVidia GeForce GTS 240 1024 MB GDDR3

• Processor speed: Intel Core i5-750 (8MB Cache, 2.66GHz)

• RAM: 8GB DDR3 SDRAM at 1066MHz- 4x2GB

• Free hard drive space: 836 GB

• I last did a Windows/Macintosh update on: 11/30/09

• Monitor DellSX2210 22" Flat Panel

Direct X SDX (Aug 2009)

Roxio Creator 2010 with service pack 1, I open VCC and attenpt to capture and convert a DVD with a movie in TS format. The program scans the DVD and then it goes to Caching title screen and immediately get an error message that "Roxio Video Capture has stopped working" Have tried this several times but no success. I have had several problems with the program.

First it wouldn't open videowave- using Roxio support I had to change screen resolution to 16 bit color and that got video wave working. Had to update Direct X and thats when problems with VCC started.

 

I don't quite understand what you mean by capture, but try copying the DVD, to your hard drive, and convert from the files on your hard drive, not the DVD drive.

 

Of course, if it is a commercial DVD movie, the software won't accept it, because it is illegal to do so.

 

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I don't quite understand what you mean by capture, but try copying the DVD, to your hard drive, and convert from the files on your hard drive, not the DVD drive.

 

Of course, if it is a commercial DVD movie, the software won't accept it, because it is illegal to do so.

I am trying to put some thirty odd video tape files on my hard drive to sort them into specific subjects. The videos are old family movies. I made DVD copies of all the tapes. Over half of the DVDs can be imported from the DVD in VOT format to the hard drive in MPEG format. Quite a few DVDs come up it VCC with two identical movies, each with the same chapters. These dvds will not import/convert. As soon as VCC starts to cache titles it stops working. I have used a frreware program to take the VOT files and convert them to mpeg so I can edit in Videowave. This conversion takes twice the real time length of the video.

Any suggestions?

 

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