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Jagged line during DVD Playback


darkclord

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:angry: I have been burning DVDs with MC9 and during DVD playback there is a distorted horizontal line about 2/3 of the way down the widescreen image. The wavy/jagged line only shows up during camera pans. If the camera is not moving it is not there. During playback on my HP Media Center PC there is no problem and during playback straight from my Canon MiniDV camera the video is fine.

 

I am burning on 16x9 settings with progressive at HQ and buring at 8X speed. HP Media Center PC 3Ghz system.

 

Any ideas on what my problem is?

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Thanks. I will try the software render. I already updated the video card driver and it did not help.

 

That seems to have fixed the problem. Is there any issue with using the software render instead of hardware? I will just keep doing that.

 

Thanks for the help!

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:angry: I have been burning DVDs with MC9 and during DVD playback there is a distorted horizontal line about 2/3 of the way down the widescreen image. The wavy/jagged line only shows up during camera pans. If the camera is not moving it is not there. During playback on my HP Media Center PC there is no problem and during playback straight from my Canon MiniDV camera the video is fine.

 

I am burning on 16x9 settings with progressive at HQ and buring at 8X speed. HP Media Center PC 3Ghz system.

 

Any ideas on what my problem is?

I would try this, using some RW media. Set the Render, Tools – Options, to Software Render.

 

If that clears it up, see if there is an updated video driver available for your card. That may allow the use of Hardware Render.

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I would try this, using some RW media. Set the Render, Tools – Options, to Software Render.

 

If that clears it up, see if there is an updated video driver available for your card. That may allow the use of Hardware Render.

 

Thanks. I will try the software render. I already updated the video card driver and it did not help.

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That seems to have fixed the problem. Is there any issue with using the software render instead of hardware? I will just keep doing that.

 

Thanks for the help!

The disadvantage of Software render is that none of the 3D transitions are available and it takes a little longer to render.

 

The Hardware render relies heavily on your graphics card. Sometimes just updating the drivers will do the trick and allow you to use it.

 

My card, listed below, "passes" the Hardware rendering test, but I get results like you have seen if I use it! I can live without the 3D effects otherwise I would be card shopping…

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