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#1 joca

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Posted 29 July 2017 - 10:32 PM

A simple answer maybe but for me it is confusing.

 

options/render using hardware or software. The reason I ask is because although I set it to software (because I render using Roxio) it keeps defaulting to hardware.

 

Do I render through my PC or do I render using roxio

 

I normally render using mpeg 2

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Posted 30 July 2017 - 04:06 AM

You spent a lot of money on that video card; why not use it?    You will get a little faster rendering in most cases.

 

I really don't understand your comments about rendering via Roxio vs via computer..If you are using MyDVD then you are using Roxio with the video card.  Both at the same time using your computer.  :wacko:


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Posted 30 July 2017 - 04:58 AM

You spent a lot of money on that video card; why not use it?    You will get a little faster rendering in most cases.

 

I really don't understand your comments about rendering via Roxio vs via computer..If you are using MyDVD then you are using Roxio with the video card.  Both at the same time using your computer.  :wacko:

As I said inexperience proves confusion.

Roxio vs computer I assume Roxio is the software whereas PC is the hardware so my presumption is if I use Roxio I am using software.

 

I have rendered a videowave production to mpeg 2 and the result is very jumpy/jerky even though it runs smoothly in videowave so I am trying to find out what I am not doing right to be achieving this bad result


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Posted 30 July 2017 - 06:24 AM

went to render via software and problem sorted all ok video now runs smoothly


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Posted 30 July 2017 - 06:27 AM

Roxio is a corporation.  Creator is a suite of programs.  My DVD and Video Wave are two of the programs.  There are many more programs in the suite.  It is important to be specific.

 

 

In Video Wave, you can select options and then do a graphics test and the program will check your hardware  and software capabilities.  You can select the one you want to use OR you can select the option to render using the "Enable to Enhanced Core... etc.) .  
 You can  select to output then export to a Video File.  You have a choice of many options there.  Select the one you want if you are NOT going to burn to a disc.  
You can select to "prepare for authoring: where you select what kind of disc you want to author. (AVCHD, BR or DVD) and the quality you want to render.

 

In MyDVD, --After you select the type of disc, you can then go to settings, you can select hardware or software.  Hint: if you have several project in VideoWave, use the same type of video file when you make the video files. 

 

It is up to you to determine if the quality of the discs make with software or with hardware are equivalent.

 

Did you ever look at the help files in the program?  


Edited by sknis, 30 July 2017 - 06:29 AM.

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