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I have seen the thread about CUDA. I have a GTS250 NVIDIA card in my machine. Nowhere does it show a CUDA logo when I render my video to MPEG2 for DVD best quality. It takes about 20mins to make a 6 minute video. How can I determine if it is working. I have installed badaboom and it says I have CUDA and it renders much faster than roxio.(or should I say convert)

 

I tried to make a simple calender and print it but nothing happens. Can someone else confirm for me that it does work.

 

FEEDBACK: I have an asus dvd writer in my machine and decided to take a chance and upgrade the firmware. Amazingly there was a update to improve reading and writing to vista. With a sweating brow i did the upgrade and all worked great afterwards with a great sigh of relief. Very pleased with asus.

 

Thanks all

 

Anton

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Try one of these (using Videowave-export as) with the following as target file format:

 

If you see the Cuda Logo while Rendering it is working...

 

AVC (better, good, smaller)

AVCHD (1440x1080i, 1920x1080i, 720p)

Blu-ray AVC (EP, HQ, LP, SP)

Sony PSP AVC

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Try one of these (using Videowave-export as) with the following as target file format:

 

If you see the Cuda Logo while Rendering it is working...

 

AVC (better, good, smaller)

AVCHD (1440x1080i, 1920x1080i, 720p)

Blu-ray AVC (EP, HQ, LP, SP)

Sony PSP AVC

 

Thank you will try and give feedback.

 

A quick question. I have made a video and given it to someone to view but they came back and said it did not work. Very frustrated I went into the problem and found out the following. After in depth questioning it came out that they did not have any video codecs on their machines that will play DVD videos. I had to put windows XP back on my laptop with service pack 3. After installation I tried to play the DVD and it reported that there was no codecs to play the DVD. Now my question is how do I get the codecs and how can I put a media player on the dvd so that if it does not play they can install the player. I have a player called VLC which works well.

 

Thanks

 

Anton

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Thank you will try and give feedback.

 

A quick question. I have made a video and given it to someone to view but they came back and said it did not work. Very frustrated I went into the problem and found out the following. After in depth questioning it came out that they did not have any video codecs on their machines that will play DVD videos. I had to put windows XP back on my laptop with service pack 3. After installation I tried to play the DVD and it reported that there was no codecs to play the DVD. Now my question is how do I get the codecs and how can I put a media player on the dvd so that if it does not play they can install the player. I have a player called VLC which works well.

 

Thanks

 

Anton

 

 

OK I found the KB article I needed. Will have to re-encode in mpeg1 by the looks of it. Good article to read.

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Thank you will try and give feedback.

 

A quick question. I have made a video and given it to someone to view but they came back and said it did not work. Very frustrated I went into the problem and found out the following. After in depth questioning it came out that they did not have any video codecs on their machines that will play DVD videos. I had to put windows XP back on my laptop with service pack 3. After installation I tried to play the DVD and it reported that there was no codecs to play the DVD. Now my question is how do I get the codecs and how can I put a media player on the dvd so that if it does not play they can install the player. I have a player called VLC which works well.

 

Thanks

 

Anton

Why not suggest to your friends to download the freeware VLC player on their machine? That should let them play standard DVD video. And you don't have to do any extra work from your end.

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Why not suggest to your friends to download the freeware VLC player on their machine? That should let them play standard DVD video. And you don't have to do any extra work from your end.

FEEDBACK: Cuda works converted in another form and the cuda screen came up. All works ok. Also the problem I had in my slideshow with pictures staying in background is what you guys call ghosting. SP2 and deleting the dat files cured the problem. You have to remove the dat file and redo the video. Weekend coming up and I can play and experiment nicely. Everything seems to be working great. I just feel that roxio should have stated that only certain types of files are rendered with CUDA support.

 

I have picked up another problem but will try again the weekend and if its still there will let you guys know. So far plug and pray has turned out plug and play.

 

Anton

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