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#21 Smokytoo

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Posted 25 July 2016 - 08:05 AM

Yes, that's correct. Measurements in pixels would be 3648 X 2056. Another thing I think I forgot to mention. When I click on completed MYDVD Project, MYDVD crashes. (NOTE: I don't have Roxio open when I do this. When I have MYDVD open, and I go to open a completed project, it opens OK, I just have to redo the background.



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Posted 25 July 2016 - 09:05 AM

Do ALL transitions and pan/zoom effects flicker?  I don't really have any great ideas of what might be going wrong.

 

Are you doing your project in 4:3 or Widescreen format?  

 

Could you try a very short test, with only 3 or 4 pictures?  Take each of those pictures, and resample them to 50% of their original size (work on a copy of the original), and use those reduced size pictures in your test.  Do your pan and zoom, and a transition, and see if that makes any difference after you render it?  In MyDVD, you can select, the "DVD, No Menu" project to avoid any extra work there. 

 

My thinking is that by reducing the size of the image, you'll reduce the processing needed to render your video.  With software rendering selected, I really don't think it should make a difference, but it should be a quick test.


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Posted 25 July 2016 - 10:35 AM

 

When I have MYDVD open, and I go to open a completed project, it opens OK, I just have to redo the background.

 

Do you mean edit a existing production in Videowave?

 

 

Are you doing your project in 4:3 or Widescreen format?  

 

 

That is in Videowave too not My DVD!


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Posted 25 July 2016 - 10:42 AM

 

That is in Videowave too not My DVD!

 

You're correct, that's in Videowave, which is where one does pan and zoom, and transitions, which is where he is getting flickering.  I wasn't addressing the MyDVD issue.


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Posted 25 July 2016 - 03:11 PM

 

I wasn't addressing the MyDVD issue.

 

It's hard to follow smokytoo when he says My DVD when it's Videowave he is editing in!

 

With all the wrong application naming I'm not sure he has a My DVD issue? :unsure:


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Posted 26 July 2016 - 09:25 AM

Yep, you're right about editing in videowave. But, everything that I talked about is/was happening when I played it in MYDVD. I reduce the size of all pics to 640 X 360. redid all Pan & Zooms to my likeings. Then watched the video on MYDVD and looked perfect. Though we had fixed it. Then I went the VLC to look at the ISO image to see how it looked there. Same crap, the two moving menus, at the beginning and end of the video, jerk and jump. Pan and Zoom was much better.



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Posted 26 July 2016 - 09:31 AM

Next question, what are you bringing in to MyDVD, the Videowave project, or a rendered video that you've previously output from Videowave?

 

In either case, what happens if, while you're in Videowave, you render your project to an MPEG file, and then play that file in VLC?  How do the pan/zoom/transitions look? 


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Posted 26 July 2016 - 09:47 AM

 

. I reduce the size of all pics to 640 X 360.

 

 

You lost a considerable amount of quality!

 

A DVD Video disc is 720 x 480 and will reduce to that during rendering.

 

If your going to reduce your image size don't go below 720 x 480 for a A DVD Video disc.


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Posted 26 July 2016 - 09:52 AM

A videowave project, i never seen an option for and MPEG file. Also never seen an option to only save/burn to an ISO file either.



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Posted 26 July 2016 - 10:10 AM

You can't create a .ISO project from Videowave.  You can only save your project, as a .dmsm file.  However, you can OUTPUT your project (not save) to any of many video formats.  I don't have Videowave here, but on the top menu bar, you'll see an icon that looks like a movie reel.  If you hover your mouse over that, it'll say, "Output".  Click on that icon.  That will bring up a dialog box where you can select the output type for your video file, and let you name it, and select the output folder for it.  Do that, it'll take awhile to render.  I'd select the option for, "MPEG DVD High Quality."  (I'm paraphrasing here since I don't have it available to open up, but you should find the one I'm thinking of.)   Then play that video file in VLC and let us know how it looks.


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Posted 26 July 2016 - 02:12 PM

I found it, saved as MPEG Pal. (Making it for some German friends) Pictures were terrible but the transitions worked fine.



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Posted 26 July 2016 - 03:17 PM

I found it, saved as MPEG Pal. (Making it for some German friends) Pictures were terrible but the transitions worked fine.

 

 

If for PAL then you converted to the wrong picture size since PAL is 720x576.  But why convert the picture before adding them to your project? You really lose a lot of quality doing multiple conversion.



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Posted 26 July 2016 - 03:42 PM

Walt, he reduced his pictures at my suggestion, but went farther than what I asked him to try.

 

Smokeytoo, that's good news.  So, my original suggestion was to reduce your pictures by 50%, not 80%, which should have left plenty of resolution to give you a decent picture even after zooming.  So, I'd still suggest a 50% reduction in image size, for your production, then output to your MPEG-2.  Which specific output format did you select?  If you're creating a DVD (not an AVCHD), then my suggestion would be to select All and PAL as the Purpose.  And then select "MPEG-2 for DVD, Best Quality."

 

Again, play that to verify the rendering went well, and then try bringing that into MyDVD and see if that works any better.


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Posted 27 July 2016 - 02:07 AM

OK, i'm going to start completely new. Will take a while. I haven't touched my camera since I took the photos for the slide show, only to download the pics. Just notice that the camera was set to AF Macro.. Guess that's the problem with the pics. I'm going to reduce the pics to 800X600, that the closes choice Roxio gives me. I have my original pictures on another Hard Drive. Will just copy them to my C drive and work on them from there, keeping the original pics as is.


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Posted 27 July 2016 - 02:23 AM

You could even just try rendering the project you have, with the full size images, and see how that plays back.  If that renders good to an MPEG file, then it doesn't matter the size of the original image files since DVD quality is 720x480, or for PAL 720x576, as Walt pointed out.  That's regardless of the original image size.


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Posted 27 July 2016 - 02:32 AM

To cut down on time try one with 3 to 5 images for these tests.

 

First, do it just like you did your main project to make sure the problem still shows up!

 

Then try it with Dave's suggestion. Do ISO's and VLC for testing ;)



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Posted 27 July 2016 - 03:48 AM

But, that doesn't help me with Roxio, I'm still going to have the same problem with the program? I know you guys are trying to help with it, by doing it other ways. Don't understand why I just can't make a video only with Roxio, it worked so good before, now, all of a sudden I have these problems? 



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Posted 27 July 2016 - 03:59 AM

So, as far as we knew to this point, this was the first project you've ever done, and it had never worked otherwise.  (You always had the flickering problem.)  Are you telling us that you've done this sort of project before, without any issues like this?  If so, then tell us what changes you made to your system recently.  Windows updates/upgrades?  Any chance of rolling those back to a point where it worked before?  We can only work with the information you give us.

 

As for doing it only with Roxio, the only reason we're having you use VLC is to verify that everything is good prior to having you use a disc, to keep from wasting them.  But all of the actual "work" (creating the project, rendering, creating the final disc) is still being done with Roxio applications.  You are still  making your "video only with Roxio."


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Posted 27 July 2016 - 04:50 AM

Sorry, never thought about that. I have always used Roxio for many years. I think I started from your first program. This is the first time I ever had a problem. 



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Posted 27 July 2016 - 05:02 AM

Keep in mind, this is not "our" program.  We're users like yourself.  Volunteers.  We don't work for Corel/Roxio.  

 

So, as I read into what you just replied with, perhaps this is your first project with Creator NXT3?  And NXT2 (or an earlier version) worked fine?  If NXT3 isn't giving you any needed new feature(s) over the previous version you were running, maybe uninstalling it, and going back to the previous version is the easiest solution. 

 

Let us know what the path is that got you to where you are.  Maybe we'll have some other ideas.


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