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I get this error every time I try to export a video as an MP4 in Videowave. I start with an MP4 video and then I choose Output/Export As, then I leave the video file quality set to Same as original (which is the only way I can see to get an HD video) and almost immediately after clicking on the Create Video File button, I get the error message. I've searched and tried every reccomendation, but nothing has worked so far. I can export a video as any other type, just not as an MP4. I'm using a laptop with 64 bit Vista Home Premium, an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 w/512MB Ram, 4g of system Ram, Intel Dual Core CPU. I've tried every video card setting I've read about here, software rendering, clean install, this: http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/conte...S=set-locale=en, I already have the most current video card driver and DirectX 11. I installed the software on my desktop and it works fine there (it has a 1g Nvidia 9800 GT, quad core CPU and 8g of ram). Unfortunately I need to use it on my laptop. I've read on some forums that the ATI HD 2600 isn't the best card for video editing, but it's what I have to work with. Anyone have any more ideas?

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Saying you tried 'every recommendation' is painting with a pretty broad brush…

 

I would absolutely do the Clean Install! And stick to Software render.

 

Setting for output should be Same As Original:

 

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Another thought, why is Export As needed? Try a short test with Save, then use that dmsm file in MyDVD and burn a test ISO file with it.

 

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Saying you tried 'every recommendation' is painting with a pretty broad brush…

 

I would absolutely do the Clean Install! And stick to Software render.

 

Setting for output should be Same As Original:

 

post-39730-1261490789.jpg

 

Another thought, why is Export As needed? Try a short test with Save, then use that dmsm file in MyDVD and burn a test ISO file with it.

It may be a broad brush, but I literally have tried every suggestion I could find on this forum. I've done the clean install and used software rendering and I still get the error. I submitted a tech support request to Roxio, but I haven't had a response yet. I've been trying to export my video exaclty as you have shown. What I need to end up with is an HD video file that I can upload to sites such as YouTube. Is this something I can somehow do by burning a DVD?

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OK, so I did that using all 6 of the AVC modes and each one made an MP4 file that worked. Are the AVC better, good and smaller options for HD videos? They used the H.264 encoder so I assumed they are HD, but the other 3 AVC options actually have HD in the name. I'm curious why when I make a video from just a jpg, I get so many Video file quality options compared to when I use and HD MP4 file? Also in case it matters, the MP4 files I'm using right now are from a GoPro Hero HD camera. I just got a Canon HF20 HD camcorder, but I haven't even had time to take it out of the box to see if those files work on my laptop.

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Well that test was very enlightening. For whatever reason I had been making my HD videos in 4:3 instead of 16:9. After doing your test I tried a new video using 16:9 and of course I got all of the same HD options as I did when I just used a jpg. I was able to export my video as an MP4 using the 3 ACV better, good and smaller options. I still get the same error if I choose Same as original, but at this point I don't care since I can still export as an MP4 file. Thanks for your help. :)

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FWIW, when I got this error in Creator 9, all I had to do was edit the video. I usually just split the first second of video and then rendered the rest. For some reason the entire original created the error, but a modified original had no issues.

 

Hope this helps,

 

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