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BLACK & WHITE?


MickyMike

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Hi guys, ive burned 3 CD's in total now with my new vista computer.

Problem ive had is i burnt two using roxio and they both came out black and white.

Perfect but black and white.

I burnt one using windows own DVD writer and it worked a treat.

Am i doing something wrong? Im just using standard settings.

Im from the uk and letting it burn as standard NSTC should i use PAL??

 

PLEASE HELP ME!

GRATEFULL

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Hi guys, ive burned 3 CD's in total now with my new vista computer.

Problem ive had is i burnt two using roxio and they both came out black and white.

Perfect but black and white.

I burnt one using windows own DVD writer and it worked a treat.

Am i doing something wrong? Im just using standard settings.

Im from the uk and letting it burn as standard NSTC should i use PAL??

 

PLEASE HELP ME!

GRATEFULL

It should only matter what your player will play as far as NTSC or PAL (as far as I know).

What type of files are these and exactly how did you make these? What version of EMC are you using and were you using the same video file for all 3 projects?

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Hi guys, ive burned 3 CD's in total now with my new vista computer.

Problem ive had is i burnt two using roxio and they both came out black and white.

Perfect but black and white.

I burnt one using windows own DVD writer and it worked a treat.

Am i doing something wrong? Im just using standard settings.

Im from the uk and letting it burn as standard NSTC should i use PAL??

 

PLEASE HELP ME!

GRATEFULL

 

 

You definitely MUST encode to PAL - NTSC is the US standard colour system and totally incompatible with the European PAL system

 

Actually you're lucky just losing chroma - US TVs are 525 line 30 frames per sec while European are 625 lines at 25 fps

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