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- Joined: Wed Jan 11, 2012 8:57 pm
"virtual dub has stopped working" is the message i get constantly when trying to dub something its not that i dont have enough space or anything i'm hoping because its a 2minute video with a couple of commands dont see it going over 50gbs anyway i tried deleting the warpsharp file in the plugins foulder and what not and that still didnt work I tried rein-staling the software/amvapp and that didnt work either
- Joined: Tue Dec 25, 2007 8:26 am
- Status: better than you
Um… What? Ask Avery or someone who's dealt with it before but is that the entire message? Warpsharp in plugins shouldn't make a difference as it isn't called in vdub automatically, and if it's in avs it shouldn't matter at all.
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