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Videowave Crashing During Editing



When I am editing in Videowave and do any of these items below, Videowave ALWAYS crashes on me.

1) click between panels too quickly

2) editing a text effect too quickly (backspacing or typing too fast)

3) dragging and dropping a text effect or picture too fast

4) trying to add background music that isn't located on the desktop ONLY.


Why is Videowave crashing over these things? It seems like the buffer is not responding fast enough or the program is taking up too much buffer space.

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It seems to work for everyone else so it would be something the way you have your PC's setup that is the real issue...


Overclocking either the CPU or the GPU has proven to wreck it so lets' start there...


If they are set to default values, and only then, a Repair would be in order.

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This problem happens on both my machines.




OS: Win 8

Processor: Intel Core i7-2620M CPU @ 2.70GHz

RAM 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600

Graphics: Intel GMA HD


Dell Inspiron 570

Processor: AMD Athlon™ II X2/X3/X4

RAM: 8GM 1066-MHz DDR3 DIMM non-ECC

Graphics: ATI Radeon™ HD 4200

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look jim its not just him loads of people get this its yur software now i no ur gonna rage and tell me to not but in on the conversation but seriously its yur software its crap


Did you even notice how OLD this Topic is :huh:


It's not my software - I am just a user like everyone else...


Now that you have established your lack of creditability beyond any doubt, if you are having a problem, start a new Topic ;)

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For my Laptop (ASUS U46E), here is the GPU information:


Adapter String: Intel HD Graphics 3000

Total Available Graphics Memory: 1664MB

Dedicated Video Memory: 32MB

System Video Memory: 0MB

Shared System Memory: 1632MB

Base Frequency: 650MGz

Max Dynamic Frequency: 1.3GHz


I know with the CPU, there is a Max Turbo Frequency to overclock the CPU from 2.7GHz to 3.4GHz


Now, the only thing that is crashing is VideoWave. The Roxio Game Cap HD Pro device itself, I have no issues with connecting and using. It is just editing video in the VideoWave software itself.

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