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Freezing While Editing?


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So I edit and upload videos regularly, and while I do, I have to put up with the video editing software freezing. its super annoying, esspicially when I am on a run and forget to dave. How can I fix this?

 

I don't know how to fix it especially without a whole lot more information. What exactly are you doing? You are are uploading to where? Why are you uploading while editing?

What are your system specs? Freezing is often because the system cannot keep up with the video work, or lack of storage space, memory. Video work is not a job for "when you are on a run".

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I am running a Windows Vista system, don't really know the specs of it, but I am uploading to youtube directly, or exporting it as MP4. I am getting really frustrated because if I make a video more than 10 frames the #$^@ thing freezes. I don't really know how to get more into detail.

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Some info is at your fingertips :lol:

 

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HDD free space would be of interest as well - right click your HDD and choose Properties ;)

 

It would be a good first step, if you shutdown your Anti Virus and then put in your Install Disc... When prompted, choose Repair!

 

This way anything that might have gotten corrupted will be fixed.

 

You can turn on your AV when you reboot. (some AV software can interfer with installs)

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Well your PC looks to be up to the task...

 

You did not list the HDD Free Space, but assuming it is in excess of 4 or 5 GB it would not be an issue either.

 

Your Video Card can be a factor, make sure you are up to date with the Drivers as well as the Software for your card:

 

 

 

After that, try the Repair I outlined in post #4.

 

Let us know ;)

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