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  • cmusic_idv
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    No one have any idea ?

    I have noticed that some output format use "Mpsegenc_host.exe" , such as "MPEG-2" .

    some format use EDIUS only, such as "canopus HQ".

    seems "Mpsegenc_host.exe" will crash randomly when rendering full HD clip , but stable when rendering SD clip, on my system.

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  • cmusic_idv
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    MB: ASUS P5QL-EM
    CPU: intel E5200
    RAM: DDR 667 , 2G*2 , standard clocking
    OS: Windows XP SP3

    after boot up and load EDIUS, I have 2.4G physical RAM available.

    this system is stable working with EDIUS SD rendering to any output format.

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  • Jerry
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    Give all of your system specs please. You might want to check your ram just to see if it is still seated properly. Are you overclocking?

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  • cmusic_idv
    started a topic Can't render full HD in some format

    Can't render full HD in some format

    I'm using EDIUS 6.06 with XP SP3, 4G RAM, CPU E5200

    I have made many concert DVDs shoot by my SONY camcorder(in SD/HQ quality) with this system, works well and stable.

    But these days I try to handle full HD concert with EDIUS, source is SONY HD/FH quality, shoot by the same camcorder.

    When I render the clip into MPEG2, the system crashed, and there's an information on the upper-left corner " no memory updbuf " in DOS like ASCII characters, then EDIUS forced to be close.

    I've tried several output formats, "canopus HQ" and "uncompressed AVI" works, 'MPEG2","H.264","AVCHD","Blu-Ray" failed, all shows the same message.

    Is there anybody can teach me how to solve this problem? Thanks a lot !
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