HELP! MS C+ Library Aborts!
Posted: Fri, 27th Nov 2009, 9:19pm
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Help. I have downloaded the demo ver of Vision Lab and tried running it but every time after a few operations it crashes to the desktop with a "MS C++ Library" error. What makes this urgent that I fix this is I just bought on line the Vision Lab Thanksgiving offer for $359 which includes VL, Special Effects and green screen. It suppose to be mailed in a copule of days.
Needless to say no other application on my PC is doing this.
Asus P6T Deluxe 2 mb
Vista 64 bit SP2
i7 965 Intel CPU
Evideo GT 285 video card
6 gig RAM
Any ideas what is wrong?
Posted: Fri, 27th Nov 2009, 10:05pm
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Do you have the latest quicktime and dviX installed? They are free to download and you need them for the program.
Posted: Sun, 29th Nov 2009, 9:44pm
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WELL FORGET THAT. IT JUST CRASHED AGAIN! Same error about MS C++ runtime library. I have the latest DIRECTX and QUICKTIME. Now what do I do?
Ok, I downloaded and installed the latest DIRECTX 9c and Quicktime. I ran a fast test and so far it has not crashed. Will continue to experiment and see what happens. Thanks.
Posted: Tue, 1st Dec 2009, 3:16am
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The program is still crashing but not all the time. Tonight it was running OK with short video clips. But then I loaded a video that was 108 meg and it crashed. Is there a problem with large file sizes that cause the error? Or maybe with a certain format?
Posted: Tue, 1st Dec 2009, 5:05am
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108 MB is not a large video file. I don't have any ideas yet as to the cause of this, but its not the file sizes. In the world of video, 108 MB is a very small file.
As far as the format, it has to be either .mov or .avi. Any other format won't work. What format, and more importantly, what codec are you using?
I don't think this is related to your video files, though I can't say for certain.
Posted: Tue, 1st Dec 2009, 5:09pm
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As I also responded to the email from FX support, I capture the video from my Sony Digital8 using Adobe Premiere Elements 7 as an AVI file. The video is saved as DV NTSC 720X480 AVI files (the standard DV parameters I believe). Do you need any other info?