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I was trying to edit a video using Creator 2011, videowave. My video jumps frame by frame but my audio sounds fine. I removed all other items from video and tried to do one at a time to no luck. I check and made sure my video card was up to date and increased the priority on my Videowave to "above normal" in task manager. I also did the "Graphics test" under tools and it is using "hardware rendering". I am running Creator 2011 on the following:

HP Omni 100 PC

Windows 7- 64 bit

Amd Athalon II 170u 2.0 ghz

5.75gb ram

ATI Radeon HD 4270

I have 1 GB that is set-up just videos and editing

 

Hopefully this information will help me.

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You have a "Amd Athalon II 170u 2.0 ghz" processor. Looking at the structure, it is a single core, single thread processor . It does not meet the minimum requirements for running the program. Read thisabout single vs double core processors.

 

The minimum requirements are: "For video editing and conversion and DVD playback Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 1GB RAM. Multicore processor with at least 2GB RAM recommended." Note that both of those are multi-core processors.

 

The performance you are seeing is typical of using a CPU that does not meet the requirements. Other than using a different computer, there is not much else you can do.

 

You may want to try the free Windows video editing program -Windows Movie Maker. It may work enough to allow you to edit the video. You could still use Creator 2011 to burn.

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Thank You Gentlemen. Will give your suggestions a try. But now i am contacting HP when I purchased this computer they offered Creator 2011 as an installed package. I would think they knew it needed a Dual core processor. As you stated and as i have read on the package"multicore processor for video editing. Thanks Again

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You have a "Amd Athalon II 170u 2.0 ghz" processor. Looking at the structure, it is a single core, single thread processor . It does not meet the minimum requirements for running the program. Read thisabout single vs double core processors.

 

The minimum requirements are: "For video editing and conversion and DVD playback Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 1GB RAM. Multicore processor with at least 2GB RAM recommended." Note that both of those are multi-core processors.

 

The performance you are seeing is typical of using a CPU that does not meet the requirements. Other than using a different computer, there is not much else you can do.

 

You may want to try the free Windows video editing program -Windows Movie Maker. It may work enough to allow you to edit the video. You could still use Creator 2011 to burn.

 

Did you miss the period? :unsure:

 

"The minimum requirements are: For video editing and conversion and DVD playback Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 1GB RAM."

 

He meets the minimum system requirements! A Intel P4 is a single core CPU same as Amd Athalon II 170u 2.0 ghz.

 

Read the first sentence, http://en.wikipedia....Intel_Pentium_4

 

Chart showing AMD Athalon II 170u 2.0GHZ single core CPU. http://www.cpu-world...60UEAK13GQ.html

 

He doesn't meet the Recommended. "Multicore processor with at least 2GB RAM recommended."

 

Where your CPU ranks.. http://www.cpubenchm... Athlon II 170u

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