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Well I am having the same problem
My pc crashed so it was re built
installed windows 7 same problem
then went back to XP same problem
I reinstalled pinnacle 12 ultimate BUT can not down load the the patch via the net its not avaible now
We need to get this patch
Where did you save your video clips? the clips you trying to used for editing. I suggest to you to import the video clips again and then after that open your project again. Check if still there is a blue exclamation points.
Studio error: Cannot create disc because the selected menu has no links This
error will occur if a menu has been added to the project, but links to
chapters have not been properly set. It is not enough to just add a
menu to a project; it is also required to have at least one point in
the project associated with the menu. When
adding a menu to a project, you will be prompted to let Studio create
chapters automatically or you can choose to create chapters manually.
If you choose to have Studio create the chapters automatically it will
always add at least one chapter and this error should never occur. If
you choose to add chapters manually, it is then required to add at
least one chapter. Here are basic instructions to accomplish this.
Double-click on the menu in the timeline to bring up the Menu Properties.
Select that video clip in the timeline that you would like to link to the menu.
Right-click on the video clip in the timeline and select "Set Disc Chapter."
Alternately you can drag the clip to the button in the menu displayed in the Menu Properties window.
additional information on creating menus, please see the Disc Menus
section of the Help file by going to Help -> Help Topics in Studio.
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.
i just found out the problem.
I have nero 7 installed on vista. To fix the vista movie maker crash when rendering, I just renamed this folder
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Ahead\DSFilter
Renamed DSFilter to something else. VMM no longer crashes and when I want to use Nero again, just rename DSFilter back to normal.