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    Exclamation Trying and failing to produce project - AVS Video Editor

    Hello

    Please show me how to fix it myself, or you suggest me the solution.

    I use AVS Video Editor to edit video.

    * It failed to produce a project into AVI video because it makes the video only up to 1:45s length.

    The video I want to produce is 3:50s length.

    What to do?

    Thanks guys
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    Is it a demo version? Some demo versions only let you render half the video, and that progress bar looks at 50% to me.

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    Default It was demo version, and then I activated it. I bought it, yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    Is it a demo version? Some demo versions only let you render half the video, and that progress bar looks at 50% to me.
    It was demo version, and then I activated it. I bought it, yes!

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    Have you selected a portion of the video to render rather than the whole movie. Does the end result play ok ? Is it the first 1:45 as expected or some other potion of the project ? Looking at the image you provided you only have visuals up to around 3:05 and then the audio only after that for another twenty seconds. Is that right ?

    I'm not at all familiar with this software so can't really help except for possible general problems.

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    Or you may find it's not activated properly, but you should know that because it will be rendering the same as it did when it was a demo.

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    Yes, I activated it thorugh a Key Code I got from AVS4you itself by registeration.

    The video inside is a draft. The final version is complete up to 3:27s (video, text and audio lines).

    I tried to uninstall but it didn't improve.

    I uninstalled the program and also I removed registry files, and then I reinstalled it. Yet it doesn't change!

    It however showed me up that aftar reinstallation it was still activated. It means that the uninstallation had not been made corrcetly or ideal.

    Please let me know how to remove it completely.

    Thanks

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    Did you use control panel to uninstall, or did you use the programs uninstall icon?

    How did you clear out the registry? Did you use a third party program for that?

    Did you install to a secondary hard drive?

    Either way, if it still says it is activated, then that isn't the problem regarding your render problem.

    It's time to ask the company, look for a forum for them, or simply google the problem and find someone else that has experienced it.

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    Why not plonk a section of Title into the vid . . .and see it the program stall at the same time-point, or later when it get to the same video-point?

    If a program needs to be reinstalled, the complexity of PCs is such that it can be difficult to remove all traces . . . best to go round to a friendly Dealer, methinks.

    However, checking on the maker's Software Forums, is well worth doing (as suggested here by Stripe).

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    I already plonked a section of Title into the video. It didn't matter.

    No solution works any longer. I tried all of your ideas.

    I sent a message to the company to get back my money!

    They have not responded yet. not susprised...

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