I'm running into some sort of memory limit problem in DVDA 7 build 100. The platform is Windows 10 1903 x64 (latest update according to Windows Update). System is a Dell XPS 8700 with 8GB physical RAM.
If I try to add more than 6 or 7 titles to a project, DVDA either hangs or the existing titles get corrupted (A/V frame drops, or blank A/V tracks). When this happens, task manager shows that DVDA is using ~800 MB of memory. Through trial and error I've found that ~800 MB is as large as the usage can get before problems start happening.
However if I use Vegas Pro 17 to render all the titles into one large title, I can import it into DVDA without problems. So it seems the memory limit depends more on the number of titles rather than the total size of all the titles when they're merged.
Merging the titles in Vegas is an OK workaround as far as my current project is concerned. But it forces me to always use Vegas to merge multiple titles first. Isn't there any way to avoid this extra step? For large projects, Vegas can use a lot of time (4+ hours on this system) that would be saved if I could just import all the titles into DVDA.
Thanks for your time,