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Slideshow - pictures jerk after the transition


kelleencalhoun

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What type of transitions do you use? Also, if you do the graphics test in Tools>Options, what mode does it select (Hardware or Software)? If it is currently set to harware and chnage it to Software, does the problem still exist?

It 'jerks' in all transition 'themes', except dissolve..... It also shows up when I am in video wave before I burn to a DVD. I'm currently set at hardware...but will try it in software....

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It 'jerks' in all transition 'themes', except dissolve..... It also shows up when I am in video wave before I burn to a DVD. I'm currently set at hardware...but will try it in software....

Just to let you know that if you set it in Software mode, some transitions like the 3D transitions will not be available.

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Set it to Software and now at least 1/2 ofthe transitions aren't available....put it back to Hardware and I can use them, but still have the 'jerk' going on......any suggestions how to get around this?? will outputting it to a MPG file work, then bring it back into videowave and then burn to DVD??? I'm guessing not, just wish it work 'smoothly".

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Maybe - maybe not.

 

First of all, go to www.nVidia.com and get their drivers for the card, uninstall the present ones (force it back to that horrible 16 colour graphics) and install the new drivers - then go to www.microft.com and download and install the latest DirectX 9.0c (Feb release) and see if that improves things

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Hewlett Packard AMD Athlon xp 2800+

RAM is 1024

graphics is PNY GEforce FX 5200, 256 MB

 

 

probably need to upgrade huh?

 

I don't think your video card is a problem. I have the same card with only 128MB video memory and only 784MB system memory and a slower CPU and I have no "jerkiness" problem when using transitions during a slideshow. It may be of course that you don't have the latest drivers or DirectX 9c.

How long are your transition durations and the slide duration?

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The transitions are 1-2 seconds long, the slide is about 5-6 seconds... I'll try the update of DirectX, and hope that works....My graphics drivers are up to date as of 1/31/07.....

 

It happens to a number of us, unless dissolves is used. It has been reported to Roxio, and hopefully the upcoming patch will fix it.

 

My slides make a slight jump to the upper left.

 

Take a look at the first posts in this thread: It is in the Trial Version forum, but it does happen with the full version of EMC 9.

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...079=transitions

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