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  • jdroadie
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    Got it going and WoW

    Hi thanks for the hint about the Ram, I ran that test, an older version and all was good...the culprit was my Ratoc USB2 to scsi adapter with my T1200 scanner on it.....Bad Pool Caller was the BSOD and a few posts alluded to USB things....I unplugged it first on a hunch and everything installed...had to do it twice and get the DirextX reinstalled...but thats good. All I can say is that it was worth the pain, I am dazzled with the performance of Edius. Vegas/Ppro could only dream about this kind of realtime. The cache of DVE moves, the title tracks and transitions, its all so fat:0

    I am looking forward to a great trial....and thanks to Frank at Edius tips for showing me how to change the timeline features to be more like Velocity...

    Cheers all

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    To fully diagnose your RAM, use Memtest86+ - it runs outside of the OS so the most RAM can be tested, and it's quite thorough.

    It's surprisingly common to have RAM that is faulty but not so faulty as to cause catastrophic errors except under a specific circumstances.

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  • bobbyd
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    Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
    I am running 4.6 on an NX with expansion kit and it works fine. You might want to try DL again. There is a possibility that you had a corrupt download.
    I don't think the downloads are corrupt. A lot of folks are having different problems with 4.6. My copy won't even load - says "expired". I have went so far as to re-install the operating system and start from scratch. After loading Edius from the iso file it ran fine all day long and when I tried to execute the program again at a later time I got the expired message. Something is wrong with the file that is causing different problems for different users. I hope they find the problem and fix it soon.

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  • jdroadie
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    I know I thought it might be hardware too, I did some heavy stress testing, running three streams of quicktime from all drives, having Lightwave loop a preview scene, having Vegas loop a preview (all at once mind you across both monitors) That ran all night...I think if the ram was bad that would find it....but maybe not. The system is stable except for that so go figure....since it detonates at exactly the same place in the edius install every time, I'd like to know what is being accessed at that moment....

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  • GrassValley_MD
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    The ONLY time I have ever seen the BSOD with WinXP Pro is with bad memory.

    I am not saying that is your case but it is very rare with Windows XP.

    I have never heard of anyone sauing that Edius itself or the loader has caused a BSOD either. Doesn't mean it hasnot happened I have just never heard of it.

    The ONLY reason i am saying this is you might be looking in the wrong place for an answer (EDIUS).

    (to all)

    Has anyone else had this problem too?



    Mike

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  • majormauser
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...idiaXPRO45.exe

    after installing, you need to config Xplode Pro 4.5, let me know if you need help with that
    THANK YOU!

    This got my rig working in Realtime with an ATI 2600.

    Why is this plugin not official... where did it come from,Who Made it?

    Have a great Day!!

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  • jdroadie
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    trial explodes

    I see there are issues with 4.6. When I tried to install the trial version, after I enter name and all the install starts its thing and then boom....computer BSOD and reboots. I tried 4 times last night, redownloaded twice, same thing.

    Kindof a bummer as trial user I already have lost faith here, honestly when the code is so out of line it causes a BSOD you have to wonder....we're not even running anything yet.

    To check system stability I left LW open running a looping preview, I left a web page with flash running, Quicktime with some jumpbacks going and Sony Vegas looping a preview....evry drive and pipe should have been in use....and yep still going this AM.

    WinXP sp2
    Asus P5WDH with 3ghx E6850
    ATI Radeon HD2600 512MB
    all on the approved list.....

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  • cuervo
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    Running 4.6, here. Some funny things going on with my display. I'm pretty sure they're related to ATI videocard. Also running with a nVidia card on my laptop, no problem at all.

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  • SoundFreak
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    Originally posted by kukun View Post
    Hi Soundfreak.
    I see you have ATI 2600 videocard working rt w/xplode pro.
    Is It working in HDV or SD.?
    thnks
    I have no Expansion card so I can not comment for HDV, SD works RT.

    Edit: Filters and all

    Thanks mike for the info, never knew that office computers had dual dvi 512mb cards.
    Last edited by SoundFreak; 02-24-2008, 03:39 AM. Reason: Additional Info

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  • mike0130
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    Originally posted by kukun View Post
    Hi Soundfreak.
    I see you have ATI 2600 videocard working rt w/xplode pro.
    Is It working in HDV or SD.?
    thnks
    Of course, not. 2600 is very low card, (128 bit cheap memory) it is mostly for office computers, yes, it will run some transitions in real time. Try filters and you will see the difference. Xplode will not work in HD and it has nothing to do with video card.

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  • tingsern
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    From my experience of EDIUS upgrade, the part that upgrades the device drivers on my system (WinXP Pro 32) - never replaces the device drivers correctly. I have to do that manually each time. I have NO idea why.

    How did I know it didn't replace the older device drivers? Go to the subdirectory containing the drivers (Canopus shared ..... and also WIN32) - and clicked on the properties ... the version numbers. If the upgrade goes through okay, the version numbers will be the same as the distribution copy. In my case, the ones that are in Canopus shared subdirectory are ALWAYS the old ones, even after the upgrade is finished.

    Now - I just manually copy the drivers over ... reboot the PC and - no problems after that.

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  • kukun
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    Hi Soundfreak.
    I see you have ATI 2600 videocard working rt w/xplode pro.
    Is It working in HDV or SD.?
    thnks

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  • SoundFreak
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    Anton ........... you're the Man.

    Any change on a Patch to make my Single Core a Quad ?

    Better Don't tell my boss ALL is RT now, otherwise he'll expect more production.

    Thanks for help.

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  • SoundFreak
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    Wow, thats great news.
    btw Anton, you have great knowledge about almost all problems and solutions, this means that you thinker a lot in pc "boxes"

    Do you still have time to edit, or is your machine just "that" fast, lol ?

    Will look for the driver now, later more on this.

    thanks again, cheers.

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by SoundFreak View Post
    Thanks Anton for the "ATInVidiaXPRO45" it works as a charm with ATI 2600 Pro at Home, but strangely with the Office rig using an old FX 5600 it doesn't !
    you need to download an archieved nvidea driver version 61.77

    then it will work with the FX 5600

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