i used NeroVisionExpress before and it's very user friendly and produced playable DVD-R video (i did only 2).
however, i recently installed newer video software including avisynth and K-lite codecs and something changed. now when i import the first captured AVI video file (compressed with huffyuv), the PC temporally (several minutes) freezes with 100% CPU and LAV video in the icon bar. Then it works, but some AVI files create unspecified import error.
should i uninstall K-lite?
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Yes and never touch codec packs ... k-lite has already made a mess of the system default filters
Grab a copy of filmerit and run it then File > Save As ... attach zip to post ... I'll compare it with my old xp sp2 with neroexpress so you can restore your systems filters to defaults ... lav filters is handy so if you need it download it separately.
many thanks. you were right, the filmerit showed a number of errors. please let me know if i should uninstall the K-lite and/or manually reinstall the missing/corrupted codecs or simply let the filmerit fix the registry for me?
BTW, i updated the specs of the capture PC in question:
WinXP home SP3
P4 2.6 GHz
bt8X8 PCI TV/capture card
Last edited by friendly_jacek; 1st Sep 2015 at 08:25.
OK i think i fixed it. like i said the offending part was LAV video decoder (there was its icon in the status bar when the CPU was pegged at 100%). I went to the LAV settings and unchecked decoding huffyuv. the problem went away.
now the question is, what is that LAV if i was fine without it and whether i should uninstall it or the whole K-lite altogether?