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Hello,

 

I'm previewing a video in MYDVD before I burn it. Towards the end the cuts and transistions are jerky and the dissolve I use to fade out at the very end doesn't seem to work. However, when viewing all of this in Videowave 8 it looks great. Will the jerky cuts and transistions transfer to DVD??? I have a crap video card and 512MB RAM (I know I need more RAM.) I want the best quality possible, is there a setting for that? I like burning to ISO will this be OK?

 

Thanks,

Rich

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Hello,

 

I'm previewing a video in MYDVD before I burn it. Towards the end the cuts and transistions are jerky and the dissolve I use to fade out at the very end doesn't seem to work. However, when viewing all of this in Videowave 8 it looks great. Will the jerky cuts and transistions transfer to DVD??? I have a crap video card and 512MB RAM (I know I need more RAM.) I want the best quality possible, is there a setting for that? I like burning to ISO will this be OK?

Thanks,

Rich

 

You can try. It sound like your computer is bogging down. How much free space do you have on your hard drive? First make sure that you are encoding in software mode and that nothing else is running. Clear out your temp files. Disconnect from the internet, make sure your computer is free of malware. Shut down your anti-virus software completely and defrag your hard drive. Set your computer to best performance (My Computer>System Properties> Advanced> Adjust for best performance.

 

If you indeed have a video card, make sure you have that set to best performance and not appearance. (May be overkill but?) I assume that you have updated the drivers for that card recently.

 

Create the ISO file and then preview it in Disc Copier. If it looks OK, then you can use Copier to make the disc. Burn (copy) at somewhat less than the max speed.

 

The "instant" previews in both VideoWave and MyDVD are lower quality and a computer has to work hard to try to provide that preview. It may be as simple as that.

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