Hello, I am trying to install the free version of ivsEdits and get the error message "The program can't start because GpuEngine.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem." I tried this, but cannot reinstall. I cannot even uninstall, it won't let me.
as reported in the Requirements pages, you are experiencing this kind of problems because you are running some antivirus apps that are deleting some dlls. My suggestion is to install Avira and give another try to ivsEdits.
In the time it took for you to reply, I have discovered that Windows is not a good platform for multimedia production.
Can you perhaps migrate your software to Linux? Then we do not have to deal with all these complications and also have a more secure and stable platform.
sorry for the answer delay. I hope to have repaired notifications alerts now :) because until few hours ago they were not working.:) I'd like to make an ivsEdits for linux but at this time we havent yet planned it, we will can consider it soon because the Windows behavior to install updates and new versions without user control is resulting frustrating.
Anyway Windows is very stable if like Linux you can install the right software:. My first rule is to install only a reliable antivirus. Norton, Nod, Malwarebytes and others are not enough reliable if they detect as virus the code that is not malware and they sometimes are able to delete system Dlls making third party software or the same Hosting OS unstable or not bootable.
Currently my only OS is Linux and am there are some professional video editing software programs that I use. However, I do need to build a back up machine at some point and can look to install Windows on that. It is good to have multiple OS', but I use SSD's and dual booting is too expensive and inconvenient right now. When my machine is down and have a deadline, it is stressful. A back up machine would save time and stress. I would be more interested in the full version of your software as I have clients that I service and shoot/edit video full time. I have AMD hardware and the software I was using kept crashing on Windows. When I tried this software on Linux, it was A LOT more stable and rarely crashed. I never had a chance to properly test IVS Edits, but it looks good. If you release on Linux however, I can try it right away and then look to secure a license from you.
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