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Hello everyone. I have been working on a special project with my Roxio Editor and have come across a series of problems. When I tried to reopen my project, it said that it couldn't locate the video files in the places where they were last time. I located the files and it seemed to be normal. However, there is now one slide that will now cause the editing software to crash and when anything is interacting with it. It will crash when I try to play it, click on it, or try to save it. It seems like that slide is corrupted. I cannot delete it from my project because it will cause the software to crash before I can. Is there anyway I can fix the file or at least salvage all the slides which are not corrupted?

 

Edit: I have successfully deleted the slide and have replaced the non corrupted slides, but now the software will crash when the same slide number is played. It seems to be coming from the editing software and not the actual video files. Are there any solutions?

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Hello everyone. I have been working on a special project with my Roxio Editor and have come across a series of problems. When I tried to reopen my project, it said that it couldn't locate the video files in the places where they were last time. I located the files and it seemed to be normal. However, there is now one slide that will now cause the editing software to crash and when anything is interacting with it. It will crash when I try to play it, click on it, or try to save it. It seems like that slide is corrupted. I cannot delete it from my project because it will cause the software to crash before I can. Is there anyway I can fix the file or at least salvage all the slides which are not corrupted?

 

Edit: I have successfully deleted the slide and have replaced the non corrupted slides, but now the software will crash when the same slide number is played. It seems to be coming from the editing software and not the actual video files. Are there any solutions?

 

What program do you have? You posted in the "Roxio Game Capture HP Pro" forum but you are talking about slides which normally are not related to RGC.

Perhaps you had better first explain exactly what your project is all about.

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What program do you have? You posted in the "Roxio Game Capture HP Pro" forum but you are talking about slides which normally are not related to RGC.

Perhaps you had better first explain exactly what your project is all about.

 

I use Roxio Videowave to edit. My project involves video games. When i mean slides, I refer to the panels in story line mode.

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I use Roxio Videowave to edit. My project involves video games. When i mean slides, I refer to the panels in story line mode.

:lol: they do look like like slides, don't they...

 

Storyline:

post-39730-0-72413000-1364566527_thumb.jpg

 

Timeline:

post-39730-0-88883200-1364566530_thumb.jpg

 

 

When you save a Project, the .dmsm file does not have a single frame of video in it :huh:

 

It is a series of 'notes' concerning what the project consists of and what you want to do to it and where... It also has a list of the exact Filename and PATH of everything used in the Project!

 

Change a name or path and it throws an error. They are easy enough to point to though so it shouldn't be an issue ;)

 

But the crashing...

 

Two things!

 

You may have to load each individual files and re-render them! (just happens sometimes)

 

Or you may have to run a proper repair if it is the software doing it!

 

First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.

 

Unplug your RGC Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.

 

Now insert your Roxio Disc.

 

Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)

 

When you reach the screen where
Repair
is offered, choose that!

 

When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.
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:lol: they do look like like slides, don't they...

 

Storyline:

post-39730-0-72413000-1364566527_thumb.jpg

 

Timeline:

post-39730-0-88883200-1364566530_thumb.jpg

 

 

When you save a Project, the .dmsm file does not have a single frame of video in it :huh:

 

It is a series of 'notes' concerning what the project consists of and what you want to do to it and where... It also has a list of the exact Filename and PATH of everything used in the Project!

 

Change a name or path and it throws an error. They are easy enough to point to though so it shouldn't be an issue ;)

 

But the crashing...

 

Two things!

 

You may have to load each individual files and re-render them! (just happens sometimes)

 

Or you may have to run a proper repair if it is the software doing it!

 

First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.

 

Unplug your RGC Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.

 

Now insert your Roxio Disc.

 

Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)

 

When you reach the screen where
Repair
is offered, choose that!

 

When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

 

Ok. I will definitely try it ;)

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