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    Removing Single Black Frames

    Thanks. 40+ hours would be worth it if the originals were better quality or the content was really special but these home movies from the late 80s and early 90s that I am transferring to digital are never going to look real good anyway.
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    Removing Single Black Frames

    Ah yes. That works. Thanks. It is a horribly manual process though. I might just give up and keep the black frames (dropouts) in the production. It will take me hours to sift them out this way.
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    Removing Single Black Frames

    It won't let me do this either. Videowave won't let me do a split either side of one frame. There must be a limit on the minimum number of frames in single Panel...
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    Removing Single Black Frames

    The trouble is these black frames are only one frame long and so are too small for scene detection. Yes I see them as dropouts on the VHS player.
  5. I have converted an old VHS-C collection to digital using Roxio Creator 2011 "Capture Video". Now I am trying to clean them up and producing DVD versions using "Video Wave". In each converted file there are these black frames - just 1 every few seconds. I want to remove them or replace them with either the preceding frame or the next frame. This will make the movies cleaner without the flashing I am seeing now. However I can't see how to do it either automatically (preferably) or manually if necessary. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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    Printing Labels Directly On a DVD

    Thank you! I found the post for Creator 2009. refer to: http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=47276 The only difference for Creator 2010 is that the path to the template files is now C:\Program Files\Common Files\Roxio Shared\12.0\Label Creator 11\Page Files. For anyone else with an HP photosmart Premium C309a the following custom jwp template file worked for me: [Page Description] /* Internationalize everything after name = (that line only)*/ Name= stringRef:HPC309c Paper Height = 12 Paper Width = 12 Number of Views = 1 ; 1 for print directly to disc Print Type = 1 [View Info 1] View Type = Disc [Disc Info 1] Offset = 6.42 6.42 Inner Radius = 1.9 Outer Radius = 5.80
  7. I am trying to use Roxio Label Creator (in Creator 2010) to print directly to a inkjet printable DVD using an HP C309a inkjet printer. It does not work as it seems to expect to print a label on paper. I no the printer works as I can print to the DVD tray using other software. Any ideas?
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    Add Photo/Video - no video :-(

    Ok - Here's the Nvidia selections for my hardware - Looks about right already... Ambient Occlusion: Off Anisotropic Filtering: Application Controlled Antialiasing - Gamma Corrections: On Antialiasing - Mode: Application Controlled Antialiasing - Transparency: Off Conformat Texture Damp: Use Hardware Error Reporting: Off Extension Limit: Off Maximum Pre-Rendered Frames: 3 Multi-Display/Mixed-GPU Acceleration: Multiple Display Performance Mode Texture Filtering - Allow Texture Filtering - High Performance Threaded Optimization: Auto Triple Buffering: Off Vertical Sync: Use the 3D Application Settings
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    Add Photo/Video - no video :-(

    Oh no. That's even worse. (But thanks for the clarification) Where do you think I can go from here to fix it?
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    Add Photo/Video - no video :-(

    Steve, Thanks for the fast reply! Maybe my problem is because I am using a 1000 year old version.... Anyway I had already tried updating the NVIDIA drivers and also Direct X to no avail. However changing to software rendering did the trick. Although I don't like this workaround as I guess it is going to slow things down a lot. Should I take this up with Roxio or Nvidia I wonder? This what Nvidia control reports: [Display] Processor: Intel® Core2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz (2400 MHz) Operating System: Windows Vista Ultimate, 32-bit (Service Pack 2) DirectX version: 10.0 GPU processor: GeForce 8500 GT Driver version: 190.62 Stream processors: 16 Core clock: 459 MHz Shader clock: 918 MHz Memory clock: 333 MHz (666 MHz data rate) Memory interface: 128-bit Total available graphics memory: 2046 MB Dedicated video memory: 512 MB System video memory: 0 MB Shared system memory: 1534 MB Video BIOS version: 60.86.39.00.00 IRQ: 16 Bus: PCI Express x16
  11. I just bought Creator 1010 pro to edit some holiday videos. However whenever I add video to a Videowave production it does not display it. I can hear the audio track but not see the video which displays a blue color screen in the preview window. I tried adding a few different format videos including WMV and MPEG in case my target one was corrupted. Same thing for all. My PC is a Windows Vista, NVidia 8500GT graphics card, 4 GB of memory, 2.40GHz Q6600 processor. Can anyone help?
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