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Intro movie problem


mknabster

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I just finished making a 12 second intro movie for my MyDVD project. It's a 365 MB AVI file. I added it to my DVD menu, but when i went to play it back, there was no audio. So then i tried to reload it back in, then it said that Videowave encouintered a problem, and it exited. What happened? And also another problem too. When it does play, with or without the audio, the quality is horrendous. I used Adobe Premiere Pro to edit it, adding the sudio to it, and seeting it at 100% quality and 720x480, the quality should be as perfect as when i play it with Windows Media Player. Why is this?

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I just finished making a 12 second intro movie for my MyDVD project. It's a 365 MB AVI file. I added it to my DVD menu, but when i went to play it back, there was no audio. So then i tried to reload it back in, then it said that Videowave encouintered a problem, and it exited. What happened?

 

12 seconds? Very short movie. Hardly enough time to put the disc into the drive and sit down to watch.

 

Adobe Premier Pro? Can you output that to an mpg2 for DVD file? I have better luck using a mpg2 files than anything other format as an intro movie. Did it preview there OK?

 

If you are previewing it in MyDVD, don't judge the final by that; it is a low quality preview. Burn to an iso file and preview it there or burn to an iso and then copy it to a DVD RW and watch it on your computer or DVD player.

 

Sometimes when there is a glitch that gives you a close problem, closing the program and rebooting usually takes care of it.

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12 seconds? Very short movie. Hardly enough time to put the disc into the drive and sit down to watch.

 

Adobe Premier Pro? Can you output that to an mpg2 for DVD file? I have better luck using a mpg2 files than anything other format as an intro movie. Did it preview there OK?

 

If you are previewing it in MyDVD, don't judge the final by that; it is a low quality preview. Burn to an iso file and preview it there or burn to an iso and then copy it to a DVD RW and watch it on your computer or DVD player.

 

Sometimes when there is a glitch that gives you a close problem, closing the program and rebooting usually takes care of it.

 

It's a 12 second intro movie, then there are 3 other movies spread out among the menus. It's sort of like that THX or Disney intro they have before all of their movies. Premiere Pro doesn't support mpeg2 unfortunately, but i did try Proshow Producer, and that exported it as that, and the audio did work with this one, but the quality still wasn't too great. That's makes me feel better that the preview is a low quality one then. It's wierd though, ehenever i try to play the DVDs i make on our home DVD player, the sound quality is horrible, and on my other desktop computer, the picture quality is horrible. But when i play it from my laptop, the one i use to burn it, the picture and sound quality is perfect. So, hopefully the people i sell this to will have a better experience than i do.

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It's a 12 second intro movie, then there are 3 other movies spread out among the menus. It's sort of like that THX or Disney intro they have before all of their movies. Premiere Pro doesn't support mpeg2 unfortunately, but i did try Proshow Producer, and that exported it as that, and the audio did work with this one, but the quality still wasn't too great. That's makes me feel better that the preview is a low quality one then. It's wierd though, ehenever i try to play the DVDs i make on our home DVD player, the sound quality is horrible, and on my other desktop computer, the picture quality is horrible. But when i play it from my laptop, the one i use to burn it, the picture and sound quality is perfect. So, hopefully the people i sell this to will have a better experience than i do.

 

So you are giving up? Sorry to see you leave.

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