Question about Pinnacle Studio Ultimate Collection 14 Full Version for PC (82101006371)
Just go to your power options in control panel, and set it so the computer doesn't go to sleep. Depending on your operating system just go to Start>Control Panel>Power options and then change system standby and hard disks to never turn off.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2010
When the pc goes to sleep it stops everything , including your program. If you want to keep it working then disable the sleep function from the Power options.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
Installation of Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate Collection 14 Upgrade hangs after registering and issues message: Error 1327 Invalid Drive L:. I have no such drive. I searched for L:\ in the registry and eliminated those references. Avid for Pinnacle has no solution other than to contact Microsoft, which as we all know is the biggest joke in the world. Help!
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have also been running into an MPEGENCODER.DLL error about 1/2 way through my 20 minute movie. I am able to Make Movie with a 6 minute version, but hitting this error time and time again. I have removed Virus protection and all unessential system tray loads; defragged drive; downloaded newest Windows drivers; downloaded newest NVIDIA drivers; running Win XP Pro SP3, Intel 3GHZ, 1GB RAM, 76GB/10K spin drive.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
SOURCE: On Pinnacle Studio 12 plus,
Hi and Welcome,
Click on set up>video and audio preferences>unchecked background rendering>click on "used this codec for background rendering>click and choose MPEG2 for best output to disc. Now click on project preferences>click on delete button and then choose delete auxiliary files for all project and then click okay.
Setup again video and audio preferences enable full resolution preview and click okay.
click on the completed project in the timeline, go up to "Edit," click on "select all" in the dropdown menu, then RIGHT click anywhere in the now-highlighted project and select "Copy."
Now go back up to "file" and click on "New Project." Your current timeline will close (don't worry. It's saved,) and a new blank timeline will open. Left click anywhere in the new timeline, then right click and select "paste."
After a terrifying period when you think nothing is happening, your entire project will suddenly appear in the new timeline.
Save it with a new name, then try rendering again.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
SOURCE: i am getting the
I had this error too. I homed in on the error by putting markers along the timeline (using the M key) and then trying to render between different markers (e.g. between begining and 01 works, but beginning and 02 fails, therefore issue is between 01 and 02). I eventually found the problem was having a stabilise effect combined with a cross fade. Removing the stabilise effect fixed it. It's annoying that the error message (at frame 0) was not where the problem was. Note that copying and pasting the entire timeline didn't work for me. Good luck with this
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
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