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My Games are good, but when i play movies the screen is kinda dark, i mean at certain points in the picture whereas the same movie on my laptop is pretty gud, i mean its not dark in dark places!! i did all i thought would solve the problem, i'm having a projection tv, i tried increasing/decreasing contrast, brightness and what not, it still doesn't seem to work!!
It could be both. Video editing programs are resource hogs and tend to drain all of your resources. Not knowing what computer you have or the amount of RAM or OS you have, it's hard to tell. You can try shutting down other processes running in the background that you don't need before trying to edit the video.
Something else to consider is video software also needs considerable space to place temporary files when editing or ripping into a movie. You should ensure the hard drive that the temp folder is in had plenty of free space.
As far as the video file being corrupt, are you editing one file or are you putting together multiple files? If it's multiple files, it's very possible the file you're working on when it crashes is corrupt.
Hope this helps answer your questions.
Best of luck.
This "red preview screen" is usually caused when your project consists of: 1. Too many video/sound layers. 2. sometimes it's enough to have a single layer project which has a 'heavy' picture, i.e., resolution higher than 300pix/inch or/and excessive width&height measurements. Vegas will then--in some cases--stop functioning. The easiest solution will be to edit your picture and reduce the resolution with e.g., Photoshop by "Resizing" the "Image size". Another possibility is to locate more RAM (memory) to Vegas in the program Preferences-->Video (tab). It's 128mb by default. If you enough memory in your hardware, try raising the value.
You pointed out that the crash happens when you start the program. It could very well be that your software tries to load your recent project. If you cannot get into Vegas's Preferences--for the software always crashes, then try pressing the Escon your keyborad as soon as the splash screen disappears. Then you will be able to start a new 'lighter' project or just untwik in Preferences-->General(tab)-->"Automatically open last project on startup".
Start - Programs - Windows Movie Maker
Click Import Media - select the video clip you want to rotate from your files and point and click on it to highlight it - then click the import button lower right corner of screen.
When the file name appears - drag the clip to the video line at the bottom of the screen - point at file name and hold down right mouse button while you move the mouse to point at the video timeline then let go of the right button to drop the video into the timeline.
Point and RIGHT click on the clip you just added to the timeline
Scroll down to Rotate 90 and click to highlight it (you could also flip the video with 180 or 270)
Click the ADD button
Then click OK
The video will rotate.
Be sure to publish and save the new video with a name you can find...
File - Publish Movie - to computer will save it as a file on your PC - to DVD will start another program to create a DVD...