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Locking Windows 7 Computer Pauses Videowave Rendering


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I have cats, so I lock my computer when I step away from it. CTRL-ALT-DEL, then "Lock Computer." This was included in Windows since Windows NT 3.1.

 

I believe locking the computer will pause any media being played in Windows Media Player 12, which kind-of makes sense. But if I'm rendering a movie and I need to walk away for a moment, why would locking the computer also pause VideoWave's rendering?

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OK, every other application that takes time to render stuff does so while the PC's locked, and this includes Windows Live Movie Maker 15. And the two of you are saying that VideoWave's pausing during rendering on a locked PC is Microsoft's fault.

 

(insert annoying buzzer sound here)

 

NEXT.

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OK, every other application that takes time to render stuff does so while the PC's locked, and this includes Windows Live Movie Maker 15. And the two of you are saying that VideoWave's pausing during rendering on a locked PC is Microsoft's fault.

(insert annoying buzzer sound here)

 

NEXT.

 

I never said that. It is built into the program and there is no control to change that. <_<

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