ReadMe File - April 2006
Note: In addition to the known issues contained in this document, you can access current product support information on the Roxio Web site at http://support.roxio.com.
Matrox Millennium G550 graphics card is not supported
Due to the limited capabilities of this card, it is not supported for this application. Using this graphics card with VideoWave will cause undesirable results.
The installation process analyzes your video card, to determine whether it supports Hardware rendering mode. If your video card supports Hardware mode, the installation process automatically sets the mode to Hardware; if it does not, the installation process sets the mode to Software.
If the installation process set the mode to Software, do not change it to Hardware. If you try to use Hardware mode when it is not supported by your video card, VideoWave may not run properly.
VideoWave includes several grayed-out icons which were not removed in time for this release. These icons provide no functionality and can be ignored.
If you could dock the Settings pane at a low resolution, only part of the pane would display. To prevent this from happening, VideoWave does not allow you to dock the Settings pane at lower screen resolutions (that is, screen widths of 1024 or less, and screen heights of 768 or less.) To dock the Settings pane, increase the display resolution.
VideoWave can only extract images from movie files that are seekable--that is, with identifiable individual frames. Some files, such as some MPEG files downloaded from the Internet, are not seekable, and VideoWave cannot extract images from these files, or the images, if extracted, are of poor quality. If image extraction fails, or if image quality is poor, use VideoWave to output the movie as an MPEG, and then try again.
Applying Pan & Zoom effects to photos may result in a slight reduction in image quality, if the images are output to a video file or DVD (as this results in slightly higher compression). If you are saving a slideshow as a video file or DVD, and photo clarity is your highest concern, then do not use the Pan & Zoom effect.
When analyzing the color in a video clip, VideoWave analyzes the entire media file, not just the selected scene. As a result, the first time you analyze color for a video clip, the analysis may take a long time (depending on the size of the clip). This approach ensures that, if you later adjust the video clip in and out points to show more of the clip, the new section will also be color-corrected. Note: If you subsequently analyze another scene in the same video clip, the analysis time will be very short.
A fix for this problem is available on request. Please contact Roxio technical support.
Some file formats require transcoding (conversion) before they can be used in VideoWave. When prompted to transcode a file, click OK to convert it.
Roxio components require QuickTime 7.04 to play .MOV files. To solve this problem, upgrade QuickTime on your computer.
To add support for these files for VideoWave, you must obtain and install a 3rd party MPEG-4 codec, such as QuickTime, 3ivx, DivX, or XviD.
VideoWave and CineMagic cannot access some media file types from a network location
WMV, ASF, WMA, and MP3 files cannot be added to CineMagic or accessed from VideoWave if the files are at a network location. If you want to use these file types in your VideoWave or CineMagic productions, copy them first to your computer and then add them.
This error can occur if your display driver is not up-to-date. To resolve this problem, go to the manufacturer's web site to obtain the latest display driver.
If this error occurs, install the WMV patch, available from Microsoft. For more information, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 888656 (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;888656).
This error occurs if your Graphics card supports DirectX Video Acceleration of WMV content, and your Windows Media Player software is not up-to-date. To make sure that your Windows Media Player software (version 10), is up-to-date, follow these steps:
If you move or rename a photo or video clip that is used in the currently open production, the thumbnails are not updated to show that the photo or video clip is missing, and the Tools > Browse for Missing Files command remains unavailable. After moving or renaming files, close the project, and re-open it. VideoWave will recognize that files are missing, and you will be able to Browse for Missing Files.
Auto-color cannot be applied to photos, and it cannot be applied to multiple video clips at the same time. You must correct the color of each video clip individually.
The Make Movie dialog provides several templates (Sony PSP AVC/AAC) that allow you to output your movies to the Sony Playstation Portable (PSP). After generating the movie, you must copy it to your PSP memory stick. Follow these steps:
Note: The video files will not be supported if you copy them to the 100MNV01 folder. This folder only handles MP4 files with an MPEG-4 video stream, not an AVC video stream.
In CineMagic, native audio is stripped out of your video clips in order to create your CineMagic movie. The native audio is replaced by the background audio you select.
Note: If you do not select background audio, your movie will have no sound.
If you cannot find the answers you are looking for in the online Help or the User Guide, you can get the most current information from our Web site (http://support.roxio.com).
You can access the Roxio Web site in any of these ways:
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