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June 28, 2006 at 11:22 AM #46503AnonymousInactive
Hello. My name is David Cross. I got Magix Movie Eidt Pro 10 a few months ago and I can’t export movies.
Here’s what happens:
(this error happens when exporting a movie and sometimes when I’m editing)
A pop up window appears that looks like this:
Or in other cases it sais:
"A memory request has failed. It is possible that there is no more free memory or an internal error has occurred"
Those 2 messages have appeared ever since I installed the program. TO try and fixed it I got a better motherboard, better processor and more RAM and cleaned up my hard drive but it still doesn’t work and those pop up windows appear again.
I have 512 mB of RAM
My processor is an: AMD Athlon
My resolution is: 1024×768
My Color quality is: 32 bit
Can anyone help me with this problem?
I need to know what the problem is and how can I fix it.
June 28, 2006 at 12:37 PM #191711AnonymousInactive
/crash is a temporary folder that the software created. And this happens with all my projects. Sometimes instead of the folder being /crash it’s the folder where I’m making the movie.
Other times the module that has the error is "mxmpeg2.dll"
Thanks for the help.
June 28, 2006 at 1:43 PM #191712AnonymousInactive
OK I’m gonna try that.
I tried it but it didnt work..
THe message I added in the image in the first post appeared. But the module was nt-something.dll
June 28, 2006 at 2:36 PM #191713AnonymousInactive
Thanks a bunch.
May 23, 2007 at 7:49 PM #191714AnonymousInactive
Magix Movie Edit Pro 10 E Version, is by far absolutely inferior, in my opinion. Once I started to make high quality (not hi def) it started to give me different types of memory errors and I could not fix it. If I tried to do anything slightly intense, from then on, it would crash. Therefore, it was a progressive , not immediate problem. I tried uninstall/reinstall, regedit and repair utilities.. you name it I probably did it. Unfortunately Magix tech support couldn’t figure it out either.
So, I upgraded to Version 11 Boxed.
I had to clean the registry up from the old version and also download the patch for it from Magix.com
Wow, its awesome. I can actually go way over 720X480 resolution to the maximum 1920X1020 in the down mix before I burn the DVD . Alhtough it burns back down to 720 it is much fuller picture than if I down mixed using a compressed format. The effect is a much fuller interlace then if I just down mixed at 720X. Yes, it still ends up as 720X resolution but its a better 720X.
Therefore, before I burn , I chose to export using the "AVI with no compression" and set the resolution up before I run it. I can only do this with a short video under 10 minutes because the file size ratio in this format is 10 G per minute and I only have 60g free on my hard drive after virtual memory.
However, I am so amazed that this can be done on my old 1.8 G P4 pc with 512 PC 133 ram and with no crashes.
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