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I'm having the same issue with Creator 2010. I've tried "repair" and clean install on three different computers and get the same result on all three.

 

Desktop 1: 2.66g core 2 quad, 4g ram, Windows 7 64

Desktop 2: 3.2g dual core, 2g ram, Vista Ult 64

Laptop: 2.0 dual core, 3g ram, Windows 7 32

 

I'm able to build the project in MyDVD, but after I click burn, as soon as it starts encoding, the program crashes and I get the message that "VideoWave 12 has stopped working".

 

This is the first project I've tried with Creator 2010. I'm trying to make a video DVD using a small .mpg for the menu for four larger .mpgs. The project is about 2.5g.

 

 

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I'm having the same issue with Creator 2010. I've tried "repair" and clean install on three different computers and get the same result on all three.

 

Desktop 1: 2.66g core 2 quad, 4g ram, Windows 7 64

Desktop 2: 3.2g dual core, 2g ram, Vista Ult 64

Laptop: 2.0 dual core, 3g ram, Windows 7 32

 

I'm able to build the project in MyDVD, but after I click burn, as soon as it starts encoding, the program crashes and I get the message that "VideoWave 12 has stopped working".

 

This is the first project I've tried with Creator 2010. I'm trying to make a video DVD using a small .mpg for the menu for four larger .mpgs. The project is about 2.5g.

 

You do not have the same issue at all - you don't even have the same OS as the original poster. :blink:

 

File size means absolutely nothing when it comes to creating a DVD, it is the timelength of your project that is important. What is the total length of your project.

 

PLease explain a bit more exactly what you are doing. What do you mean you are using a small mpg for the menu? Do you mean as the menu background? Where did these mpgs come from?

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