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Roxio Game Capture Won't Upload To Youtube


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After multiple attempts to fix my upload problems (different email address, downloading service pack, looking at forum solutions), I still don't know how to fix my situation. Currently, I have the service pack 1 downloaded, which uploads to Youtube and then "aborts" at the finish. I have a video converter, but after I capture the gameplay, I can't find the file on my system in order to do so. It's like the software hides it. Can someone tell me a quick fix for this? I'll try any work-around that's feasible.

 

Oh, and I captured my gameplay in .avi, though the file in the properties says .dmsm

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After multiple attempts to fix my upload problems (different email address, downloading service pack, looking at forum solutions), I still don't know how to fix my situation. Currently, I have the service pack 1 downloaded, which uploads to Youtube and then "aborts" at the finish. I have a video converter, but after I capture the gameplay, I can't find the file on my system in order to do so. It's like the software hides it. Can someone tell me a quick fix for this? I'll try any work-around that's feasible.

 

Oh, and I captured my gameplay in .avi, though the file in the properties says .dmsm

 

Your recent captures should show at the bottom of the Capture Screen.

 

The captured video is stored in 'C:\Users\your user name\Videos.

 

A dmsm file contains no video just your additions and editing done in Videowave as a list of instructions. When you exit or output in vidoewave it will ask you to save the dmsm file so the next time you work with it in videowave you open it and the production is like you saved it.

 

Uploading to you tube with any Roxio product has been spotty at best. The link below might help some users.

 

It's best to make a video you tube compliant, log in to you tube and use their up-loader to post your video.

 

http://kb.roxio.com/...ontent/000265CR

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