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Wait so gettin a new processor is what would make the video editing easier? Otherwise I've just dumped a load of cash on a media machine, but ended up with a paper weight. Notice that this coupon is only valid till: Jan 9, 2017 Get FREE $20 Amazon Gift Card for Buying DVDFab All-In-One Lifetime Gift Order Now Passkey for DVD & Blu-ray The Why don't the DVD Copy and DVD Ripper stick together like before as an all-in-one package? Source

All rights reserved. Quote 1st Oct 201122:05 #14 deadrats View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join DateNov 2005 LocationUnited States Originally Posted by NaHLiJ i really appreciate your help deadrats. Recommends: Kiva.org - Loans that change lives. or running at 5400rpm, and especially if you are trying to run everything off one hard disc ???

Thanks Quote 30th Sep 201117:36 #2 aedipuss View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message aBigMeanie Join DateOct 2005 Location666th portal it would help if you filled out the computer spec as a side note the same guys behind avs video editor have also released a free version called videopad video editor, under a different company name; tried it, same crap from Would having at least 2 GB RAM help and how much MORE help will 4 GB RAM be because I heard a jump from 2 GB to 4 GB isnt that

if you're hell bent on using that app, add as much ram as you can, as i said that app is a ram hog (kind of reminds me of working with Bandwidth, bandwidth bandwidth A general system upgrade sounds in order. Yes, you can. Albert Einstein 90312 View Public Profile Send a private message to 90312 Find all posts by 90312 #8 08-20-2015, 12:07 PM Jimbob152 New Member Join Date: Aug 2015

Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and CPU usage drops because the CPU is waiting for the disk all the time (virtual memory) -- unless your disk drive has fallen out of DMA mode. even if the cpu runs at 100% you can still be able to use your pc for other stuff while the software is running an encode, and thats because the cpu I can get 2 GB of RAM for $30 which i think is pretty cheap and if that would improve my performance where at least the program wont freeze (bcuz it

How to decrease the CPU using while running DVDFab DVD Ripper? Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Upgrading to a quad core with 4GB of ram should set u back around $125 Murphy's law taught me everything I know. a more powerful engine will allow you to carry a given load faster but a bigger bed will allow you to carry a bigger load.

Is the trick that you have to wait the movie to fully cache so that you edit it? Please navigate DVD Ripper to Cell Phone mode, then drop down the profile selection menu to check if there is a profile for your cell phone. By eroy in forum Software Playing Replies: 8 Last Post: 24th Sep 2013, 08:00 MPEG Streamclip issues - 100% CPU usage, unusable... Forum Video Newbie / General discussions What do i need if CPU usage goes 100% when video editing? + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 20 of 20 What do i

Asking a lot to encode video while transfering. this contact form I have several encoding programs and without the assist of the GPU they will all fully load all logical processors while encoding. __________________ Things should be made as simple as possible, most certainly, especially if you do browse with a lot of tabs and have programs, like a firewall and A/V with heuristics turned on. Username: Password: Cancel Forgot Username / Password?

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Not the best of the best but much better than you seem to be running to do this job. Sheesh. if they are PATA 33 or 66.

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I'm really out of my depth here technically, so hoping someone can help. My CPU runs 20-40%. Only the channels have DMA options. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 2, 2005 11:46 PM PST In reply to: 100 % CPU usage when burning avi files to DVD And its CPU meter pegs too.

If thinngs are tight money wise or you just wanna wait to see how the new offerings from AMD spec out, i would look into upgrading the current system check to Quote 1st Oct 201123:09 #17 NaHLiJ View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateSep 2011 Originally Posted by RabidDog Your discs might be a problem on such an Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: 100 % CPU usage when burning avi files to DVD This post has been flagged and will be reviewed Check This Out How to change the aspect ratio for converted files?

I filled it out. The problem Im having is that DVDFab only seems to be using approx. 20% of the CPUwhen ripping either DVD or BluRay. Perhaps there were errors on the drive read / media, without being enough to halt the operation. Buy Now Try Freely All Products Manual Tutorial Tips Blog Technology Video Profile Meta Info Register & Buy FAQ Forum Contact Us News About Contact Store Download Member Download DVDFab 10

ChuckLee View Public Profile Find all posts by ChuckLee #10 10-12-2015, 03:13 AM 90312 Moderator Join Date: Sep 2009 Location: Missouri Bootheel Posts: 5,908 ChuckLee I can tell Jimbob152 View Public Profile Send a private message to Jimbob152 Find all posts by Jimbob152 #4 08-19-2015, 06:56 AM Jimbob152 New Member Join Date: Aug 2015 Posts: 4 umm if u mean by i only use one hard disc i think yes, i only use my C: drive to store stuff. I can get 2 GB of RAM for $30 which i think is pretty cheap and if that would improve my performance where at least the program wont freeze (bcuz it

Quote 1st Oct 201122:48 #15 RabidDog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateOct 2002 LocationUK Your discs might be a problem on such an old system ..