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I just purchased and loaded Creator 2009 and did a quick test last night. Seems to work perfectly for a 5 min clip. I upgraded from a very early version of Creator which i was happy with but needed a updated due to a computer change.

Any tips or things I should look out for? I will try and do a capture and edit this weekend from my library of VHS.

looking forward to working with 2009.

 

Kevin

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I just purchased and loaded Creator 2009 and did a quick test last night. Seems to work perfectly for a 5 min clip. I upgraded from a very early version of Creator which i was happy with but needed a updated due to a computer change.

Any tips or things I should look out for? I will try and do a capture and edit this weekend from my library of VHS.

looking forward to working with 2009.

 

Kevin

 

 

Roxio Creator 2009 is sixteen month old software. Roxio Creator 2010 is the current software came out in September 2009.

 

Some folks have been posting they just bought C2009 and are trying to install it on Windows 7, won't work not compatible.

 

Where are you folks buying C2009 these days?

 

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Things are somewhat different from the "early" versions. What was your early version?

 

These may be of some help:

Work flow strategy

karri's videos

mine (from earlier versions)

 

My original version was Video Wave Movie Creator, that I purchased two years ago in a bargin bin at my local computer store. I had tried to use some other programs with rendering issues. I tried roxio on my older computer and it worked well. I updated my computer to a newer off lease computer last spring and needed to purchase a newer program since this computer has the SP2 update installed and the other one is not supported for that. I have a bunch of family VHS yet to convert.

 

To answer the other question posted is, I purchased 2009 online from a large computer store in Toronto Ontario, I looked at 2010 in the local store but the min specs were too high for the intended computer otherwise I would have purchased it.

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I just purchased and loaded Creator 2009 and did a quick test last night. Seems to work perfectly for a 5 min clip. I upgraded from a very early version of Creator which i was happy with but needed a updated due to a computer change.

Any tips or things I should look out for? I will try and do a capture and edit this weekend from my library of VHS.

looking forward to working with 2009.

 

Kevin

 

Well my test video was an already captured AVI clip so I tried capturing my Christmas 2009 video and found out 2009 does not regognise my capture card even though the old program did as does Windows movie maker. I went to the suppliers site and my driver is as current as they have. The card is a Conexant PVR 883 Video Capture card model # 88XLP. Any ideas other then replace the card?

As a test I captured in Windows then added the capture in Roxio, did a few quick edits then tossed it and went looking for a fix on here but found nothing. I would much rather use Roxio to capture as im sure once edited and sent to render more problems will arise. Any Ideas?

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Well my test video was an already captured AVI clip so I tried capturing my Christmas 2009 video and found out 2009 does not regognise my capture card even though the old program did as does Windows movie maker. I went to the suppliers site and my driver is as current as they have. The card is a Conexant PVR 883 Video Capture card model # 88XLP. Any ideas other then replace the card?

As a test I captured in Windows then added the capture in Roxio, did a few quick edits then tossed it and went looking for a fix on here but found nothing. I would much rather use Roxio to capture as im sure once edited and sent to render more problems will arise. Any Ideas?

 

We often suggest using WMM if there are problems capturing any other way (if you do't want to spend $$$)

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We often suggest using WMM if there are problems capturing any other way (if you do't want to spend $$$)

 

I was scaning e bay for suggested and supported capture cards and got a deal on a scann ATI TV WONDER PRO PCI TV TUNER. I had some paypal cash so I bought it, much cheaper online then in the stores around me. I should get it this week, so I will wait and install it before trying another test capture. I have a question about my video card quality, will post its name and specs tonight at home. I have a new card I purchased just before buying this computer, the sales guy said this computer had a good video card so I didnt need it. While opening it up to replace the capture card its just as easy to pull both.

 

Kevin

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I was scaning e bay for suggested and supported capture cards and got a deal on a scann ATI TV WONDER PRO PCI TV TUNER. I had some paypal cash so I bought it, much cheaper online then in the stores around me. I should get it this week, so I will wait and install it before trying another test capture. I have a question about my video card quality, will post its name and specs tonight at home. I have a new card I purchased just before buying this computer, the sales guy said this computer had a good video card so I didnt need it. While opening it up to replace the capture card its just as easy to pull both.

 

Kevin

 

The card in the computer now is a NVIDIA QUADRO FX 1300 128mb and the new spare card I purchased to install in my old computer but replaced the unit instead is a ATI DIAMOND (RADEON 9500 256mb) I have to assume the 256 is better but the Nvidia stuff has a ok ratings normally. Would I be better off with the 256 card?

 

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The card in the computer now is a NVIDIA QUADRO FX 1300 128mb and the new spare card I purchased to install in my old computer but replaced the unit instead is a ATI DIAMOND (RADEON 9500 256mb) I have to assume the 256 is better but the Nvidia stuff has a ok ratings normally. Would I be better off with the 256 card?

 

Kevin

 

Would I be better off with the 256 card? I received my new capture card and will install in the next day or so, I don't want to install the new video card if im going backwards.

 

anyone?

 

 

Kevin

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