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Hi Guys,

 

My problem is that when I edit a home movie or Holiday movie taken from my dv camcorder and once burned onto dvd disc, I get 'judder' when the camera has panned round and only if the camera is panned whilst recording. I have burned the same original un-edited movie direct from my dv camcorder and do not get this problem, so I know it has something to do with the editing side.

 

I have edited movies that have been downloaded off the internet and I don't get this 'juddering' problem. Do you think it has something to do with my dv camcorder?

 

I am using creator 9 and I am using Windows XP. I am also using dvd+rw and dvd-rw media discs.

 

Hope somebody can help me?

 

System: Windows XP Media Center Edition

Version 2002

Service Pack 2

 

eMachines E4064

 

Pentium ® D CPU 2.66 GHz

2.67 GHz, 896 MB of RAM

 

Thanks guys....Dan

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Hi Guys,

 

My problem is that when I edit a home movie or Holiday movie taken from my dv camcorder and once burned onto dvd disc, I get 'judder' when the camera has panned round and only if the camera is panned whilst recording. I have burned the same original un-edited movie direct from my dv camcorder and do not get this problem, so I know it has something to do with the editing side.

 

I have edited movies that have been downloaded off the internet and I don't get this 'juddering' problem. Do you think it has something to do with my dv camcorder?

 

I am using creator 9 and I am using Windows XP. I am also using dvd+rw and dvd-rw media discs.

 

Hope somebody can help me?

 

Thanks guys....Dan

 

What application in EMC 9? What are your computer specs? Did the video capture to your hard drive OK? What camcorder and format does your camera use and what format did you capture to?

 

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Hi Guys,

 

My problem is that when I edit a home movie or Holiday movie taken from my dv camcorder and once burned onto dvd disc, I get 'judder' when the camera has panned round and only if the camera is panned whilst recording. I have burned the same original un-edited movie direct from my dv camcorder and do not get this problem, so I know it has something to do with the editing side.

 

I have edited movies that have been downloaded off the internet and I don't get this 'juddering' problem. Do you think it has something to do with my dv camcorder?

 

I am using creator 9 and I am using Windows XP. I am also using dvd+rw and dvd-rw media discs.

 

Hope somebody can help me?

 

Thanks guys....Dan

 

Is this the same setup that you had in January, when you never came back and responded to the post in your thread???

 

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Is this the same setup that you had in January, when you never came back and responded to the post in your thread???

 

Hi,

 

Yes I'm very sorry I didn't respond but I had major family problems....my father and my brother got cancer within a few months of each other and have since passed away leaving me to take care of my mother. I haven't used EMC9 since because of the footage I would be viewing and editing. I want to try and sort out the problems with EMC 9 now so that I can give my mum a few dvd's of Family Holiday's that we have shared as a family.

 

I'm very new to EMC 9.

 

I am opperating Windows XP.

 

The camcorder is a DV Panasonic NV-DS33

 

Please,Please can you help me?

 

Dan

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Hi,

 

Yes I'm very sorry I didn't respond but I had major family problems....my father and my brother got cancer within a few months of each other and have since passed away leaving me to take care of my mother. I haven't used EMC9 since because of the footage I would be viewing and editing. I want to try and sort out the problems with EMC 9 now so that I can give my mum a few dvd's of Family Holiday's that we have shared as a family.

 

I'm very new to EMC 9.

 

I am opperating Windows XP.

 

The camcorder is a DV Panasonic NV-DS33

 

Please,Please can you help me?

 

Dan

 

Dan, I assume you are outside the US since that camera is PAL only. I also assume that you have your projects set to PAL. I went to the Panasonic site and could find nothing on that camera. What format does it record to? I see that it has a Firewire port. Can you capture as an AVI file; the computer doesn't have to work as hard. Did the capture look OK? Watch it using VLC (free player); WMV player may give you the same artifacts.

 

Now that you have posted your specs, I know that it is possible that your eMachines Pentium D should be up to do the video editing. You mayy want to consider upping the memory and installing a stand alsone video card if you can. The eMachines are made to be less expensive so some things can't be changed.

 

The only thing I can offer is to make sure you have lots of free space on your hard drive and that it is defragged frequently. Disconnect from the internet and shut down all other running programs including anti-virus and anti-Malware.

 

If you don't have a video card, you may want to consider installing one (if you can) rather than using a video chip. In either case, see if you can update the drivers for the card/chip from the manufacturer. I could not find drivers for that computer on the site but I didn't look hard. Use the video chip control panel to set the video performance to best performance and away from best appearance.

 

In Video Wave or My DVD, go to the top menu, select tools, options and put a dot next to software.

 

If you are using Video Wave, output the file to mpg2 for DVD, best quality (icon above preview screen). Use that mpg2 file in My DVD rather than the project file. When you go to burn, select to create an ISO file only. Name the file and select where you want it on your hard drive. Preview the ISO using VLC (free player). If you still see the artifacts, there is not much more you can do except to change your hardware. If it looks OK, copy the file to a good DVD using Creator Classic or Disc Copier. Don't use Maxell or store brands; there is a difference and a few cents more for a good brand is well worth it.

 

Sorry I can't be more positive. Please take time to read the above thoroughly and try all the suggestions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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