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Everytime I try to bur the production the music is intermittent and stops and starts...I am using mydvd10 and I created it in videowave

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Check the write speed and the cd drive don't set to maximum speed and check also the cd drive if it's working correctly

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I have installed MGI videowave 4 on a windows xp syatem. No errors occurred during installation. When I try to run the software the first screen appears, but then it hangs up. the program does not...


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I am really sorry to hear about your problem. I will try my best to provide you the best solution. Probably the MGI Videowave 4 is not compatible with your computer. You should get it checked out with a local computer technician and maybe you can return the MGI 4 and get a compatible one.
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I have spent MANY hours developing a nice video. When I go to burn to an image file I get an error message: "Encoding Error 8004520c". I have tried many times. I have defragged. Updated video and...


Here You can find a free mpeg converter for any type of files. What kind of file do You have? If it's .avi, probably Roxio creator cannot burn it because it is too big, and if You nave the menus on Your future DVD, I'm sure the reason is the size. On Mac it's easy. With toast titanium, You can select an option fit-to-DVD, and the video fits on standard DVD. Probably, the default compression options in Roxio aren´t sufficient. Try to search in advanced options compression level, or, You can convert with the MPEG Streamclip the video to mpeg video, by selecting a different level of compression, and then You can offer this file to Roxio. Try this. If it not helps, drop me a message.

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I need the product key(s) to run the software


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Can't get itunes to work


The error message “The folder iTunes cannot be found or created”. It was referring to the My Music directory that is usually located in the My Documents folder on the partition containing the operating system. The iTunes software creates an iTunes folder in the My Music directory on first start and if that directory is not accessible it will throw the error message and fail to load.
Since this error is related to the My Music folder it is important to check the directory path of that folder in the Windows Registry. This is best done by using the shortcut [Windows R], typing [regedit] and hitting the [enter] key.
The fastest way of location the two locations that contain path information for the My Music folder is to use the search by pressing [F3] and entering [My Music] in the search box. A click on [Find Next] will start the search and reveal the two locations.
The test computer system did not have path information listed at all. This can be changed by double-clicking the My Music key in the Registry and changing the path to an valid path manually.
The two Registry locations that list the My Music path are the following two:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders
Make sure both point to a valid path on the system. Once the path has been changed iTunes will create the iTunes folder in that location and start up without this error message.

Please back up your registry before doing this. messing in the registry can make your computer stop functioning.

Make sure you follow the correct registry entry.

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I bought music Creator 4 Today I downloaded the software and in trying to setup I am being asked for a SERIAL NUMBER I do not understand WHERE TO FIND IT. CAN YOU HELP ME?


When I bought my music creator 4 just a week ago, the product serial number was on a yellow sticky sheet on the back of the DVD sleeve. As you install, you will be ask for a registeration for which you will go on line to request. This number will be e-mailed to you. You are allowed to use the program for thirty days before you have to register it after which it will stop functioning until you register the product.
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I have magix music maker 7 but have not used it much! i want to create some samples from songs for a school project by cutting them down on MM7 and saving the file in a format that windows media player or...


I am not much aware of this new MAgix Music Maker but there is similarity with issues with other softwares before.
One possibe solution to your issue is by saving the music created on the MMM7 directly into a format that is playable on any standard player. If MMM7 has this option the music created may play on other devices such as dvd or mp3 players. Changing the file extension after you saved a music from a MMM7 format will not work and will not be detected or read by other music players. Try this and it might work and if MMM7 has this option to save MMM7 music to a standard format accepted by other players , then have fun with the music.

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Editing an EXISTING slideshow


For creating a new slideshow in videowave
Go to video wave, once it loads go to tools, select "new slideshow"

For opening a already created one
Sadly it is not possible under emc 10, you must find the file in windows, sorry
Try using windows search

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Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 Suite


I have recent experience with youtube and roxio emc 10, you should try putting the video in videowave, go to the top toolbar and go all the way to the right, there you will see "output as" it looks like a old film for a projector. From there you can select your purpose, I use AVC and I never have problems with youtube. Now, you can select create video file, and upload from the upload section on youtube.

Hope it works,
some dude

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