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Old 07-24-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Total Video Converter...

anyone ever had any problems with it...? when I convert files, my desktop video experiences a delay when it first starts and then again when it completes one file and starts the next if I am converting more than one file...

Everest shows my cpu usage as a 90% load on one core and a minimal amount on the other, if I click a tab in the taskbar during this delay tab blinks red, and if I open a window the windows appears but is kinda frozen and I can't click on anything in it during the delay...

sometimes a green cpu usage box appears in the quick start menu next to the time and date display in the taskbar, it doesn't reset my system or lock up totally, the length of the delay can be up to a few minutes at times and it's annoying and I'm impatient...

also, if I have a video playing in VLC, it'll still play flawlessly, I just can't click on anything, like the bar to advance the video...

WinAVI never does this, but there are some videos WinAVI isn't compatible with...

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