Posted 27 July 2016 - 09:46 AM
OK, didn't know you weren't with Roxio. Appreciate the help though.
All of my versons of Roxio always worked fine, this is the first time I've had this problem. I now understand why the pictures are bad. That has to do with the AF Macro. I use it for close-ups and forgot to set it back to the regular mode. Just don't understand why the Pan & Zoom and moving menus jump and jerk, they were always smooth. Just uninstalled a couple of other free photo progs. that might be interfering with my Roxio. As far as the path, I assume you mean How I make the slideshow. First, I edit the photos. Then, in videowave, I download the pics and create the video. When that's finished I burn it in MYDVD.
I don't know why using the AF Macro should have any effect. I did a quick test using 5 pictures with a resolution of 5202x3465 to create a DVD and have very little flickering ( there will always be some when panning) especially when the resolution is reduced to DVD quality.
Why are you editing the photos and what program are you using? What are the actual settings you use when you create your video in Videowave?
Could you possibly upload a problem photo to some website such as Dropbox or OneDrive?
Edited by myguggi, 27 July 2016 - 10:00 AM.
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