I cut a movie into the MSP7 and then export as MPEG2. The raw material is of Hi8 on the Hauppauge WinTV PVR 250 as MPEG2.
Until the last film I've done this on my calculator: Pentium 3 1GHz 40 GB hard drive about 400 MB of RAM Onboard Sound NVdida Geforce3 Ti 200 with 64 MB Windows XP Professional
Now I've done this for the first time on another Calculator: Pentium 4 1.7GHz 80 GB hard drive 256 MB of RAM Onboard Sound NVidia GeForce2 MX 400 with 32 MB Windows XP Home
) So far (on the first calculator has everything worked out great. now) (on the second calculator is the raw material, although as usual in perfect quality. As soon as I can but will process them in MSP7 moves the sound for several seconds. Synonymous, and when rendering the sound is still asynchronously.
How can I solve this problem? The Project, I hardly even get back to the old calculator. And all the hardware is now in the new Calculator synonymous rüberbauen a little awkward. Maybe someone knows the problem.
Antwort von treppenmanni:
for all who are interested:
I solved the problem when I had the draufgepackt service pack 3 for MSP7
Antwort von Gast:
MSP7 is unfortunately still a general presumption in relation to Mpeg video. Software companies such as Magix, whose products I used hergelacht me, but have since done their homework in the meantime, and so no more problems. About the smart rendering. If then, at best, but never once by mistake and never certain functionally reproducible. In general, since both Adobe as synonymous Ulead Unfortunately only one. Namely, good bad examples. Magix Video Deluxe has no problems with Mpeg2, the MpegVideoWizzard of Womble Mpeg is on the egg Wollmilchsau. Even with MP3 audio files on the timeline zero problems at all editing functions are only possible.