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thank you gi7omy for trying to help wih update info. with respect there is none available either from ati or sony for this notebook. the question is if message says video card driver may be out of date and i cant update it. what can i try next? anyone help? also see ghosting topic for my original problem. thanks.

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Can you give us some system specs (similar to the ones in my signature) and also let us know if you have updated your video drivers and DirectX to 9.0c (Dec release)?

cheers. here are some system specs. sony vaio 18 months old laptop :ram512 cpu intel pentium m750;1.86ghz.sata hard disc ati x600 pci express graphics [128 mb vram] LCD 17" 1440x900. No update drive available as yet [ only can be done by sony due to them customising the drive] what do you think? thanks.

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hi guys. just trying to get to the bottom of the problem. on close scrutiny of my production in videowave 9. i have noticed by pausing the images in the storyboard that the ghosting effect during motion is happening right here before rendering to dvd. the captures work perfectly in the media selectors preview window but when scene is dropped into the storyboard the ghosting then occurs. sorry to be boring but again at this stage even before burning is it a video drive problem? thanks. [sorry for posting as new topic just trying to get it viewed and solved]

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having edited in videowave 9 the file plays perfectly in the preview window. when rendered and burned to dvd or any other file the playback results in ghosting/blurring during movement. on opening program message reads video card driver maybe out of date. there are no updates available for this [sony] laptop. do you think this problem is entirely the video card drive [ati radeon mobility x600] or could there be something else to do with the rendering process causing my problem? please can anyone help.

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Jeffy, it's quite possible that the graphics in the laptop can't handle the rendering.

 

As most laptops have either limited graphics RAM or use the main RAM, it's likely that that's the problem (64 MB RAM which isn't enough)

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Jeffy, it's quite possible that the graphics in the laptop can't handle the rendering.

 

As most laptops have either limited graphics RAM or use the main RAM, it's likely that that's the problem (64 MB RAM which isn't enough)

[/q yeah o.k. but the ram on this is 512 ati x600 pci express graphics[128mb vram] whatever that means surely this is enough.what do you think? cheers.

 

jeffy, today's posts are all related to this topic. How about using Reply instead of starting a New Topic every time you post…

yeah sorry about that im a novice. apologies.

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