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Videowave Runtime Error


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Just when I thought everything is going so well, this occurs. Have viewed several past posts regarding Runtime Errors in Videowave. Mine has just started occurring today while performing some individual photo appearance adjustments on one of the slide shows. The adjustments consisted of using Brightness and/or Saturation functions while in Videowave. Here are the windows that have popped up:

 

Program C:\Program File\Roxio 2011\Videowave 13.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate in an unusual way. Please contact your applications manager, or something of that sort.

 

Closing this window by clicking on the "X" results in another window with the following:

 

R6012 - Pure virtual function core.

 

Closing this window by clicking on the "X" opens another window with:

 

The exception unknown software exception

(0x0000015) occurred in the application at location 0x60318c98

 

After closing this window, Videowave closed and did not save any of the photo adjustments.

 

Everything was progressing smoothly. Created 3 different preliminary slide shows with slow dissolves and burned them to 3 RW DVDs to view on TV. Obversed a few photos that I thought were a little dark and/or too saturated with color. Hence the adjustments. Please don't tell me I have to uninstall and reinstall the software.

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I believe I've found a solution to this runtime error problem. Rather than edit photos in Videowave, which seems to cause the problem when editing several or more photos, I open Media Manager from the Roxio window, click on the "Photo" button to open Media Manager and then go to the folder where the photos are located and open ths folder. Double-click on the photo that I wish to edit and perform the perfunctory modifications which merely consist of brightness and/or saturation. For more complex photo editing I do them in Paintshop Pro 4x. Any comments?

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