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Video Edit Error



I bought a Roxio game capture hd pro and I can record videos but I can't play back the videos or open the edit and share screen. When I click on the edit and share screen it says the current display settings do not meet the minimum requirement, it says that my screen resolution should be at 1024 x 768 and my color quality should be at 16 bit or higher. My screen resolution is set at 1920 x 1080 and my color quality is set at 32 bit, what should I do?

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what is catalyst software? Break things? I didn't change anything, at least I don't think I did, but if things were changed and THINGS did break how would I fix these THINGS, if I could.


One of the Gurus, in these forums, has the same Alienware laptop that you have. Hopefully, he will drop in and offer some help.

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Thanks, I hope so.


Yes, I have a similar laptop (without the blu ray). I do not have that Roxio program on it.


Right click on your desktop and you will get an option to adjust the NVidia settings. You have to play with them. The newer I7 /i5 chips have their own built in video chip. When you add the Nvidia chip, you have to go i to select which video chip you want to use with which program. It took me several tries to get it right for other programs including video playback. especially since I wanted to work with 3D also.


Use the help that comes with the computer. Call them. They will, with your permission, log into your computer and set it up properly. I had a problem with my optical drive and they solved it in no time.


Good luck..

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