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I have been trying to get a video from my camcorder to burn to DVD using MyDVD, but it always looks very jerky/pixilated in the preview and in the final burned product. I am importing from a miniDV tape. I have tried importing at every setting (AVI and MPEG2). The whole project is only 30 minutes.

 

Any ideas on how to get the picture clear?

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I have been trying to get a video from my camcorder to burn to DVD using MyDVD, but it always looks very jerky/pixilated in the preview and in the final burned product. I am importing from a miniDV tape. I have tried importing at every setting (AVI and MPEG2). The whole project is only 30 minutes.

 

Any ideas on how to get the picture clear?

Assuming your pc has enough gusto for video work, have you tried rendering your project in MyDVD using the "software" option?

Go to MyDVD > Tools and select this option.

 

 

EMC 10 Minimum System Requirements ("borrowed" from a post cd made)

 

* Windows Vista with 1.6 GHz Intel processor, 512 MB RAM.

* Windows XP with 500 MHz processor or faster; 128 MB RAM.

* 1 GB of free hard disk space for typical installation of all components

* 1024x768, 16-bit color graphics card

* DirectX 9 or higher compatible sound card and graphics card

* Windows Media Player V9 or 10.

* Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher

* DVD-ROM drive is required to install the software

 

Realistic requirements are somewhat more demanding

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I have been trying to get a video from my camcorder to burn to DVD using MyDVD, but it always looks very jerky/pixilated in the preview and in the final burned product. I am importing from a miniDV tape. I have tried importing at every setting (AVI and MPEG2). The whole project is only 30 minutes.

 

Any ideas on how to get the picture clear?

 

Is your camcorder connected to your computer, via firewire? If not, even if the video does get captured, the quality will be poor.

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Is your camcorder connected to your computer, via firewire? If not, even if the video does get captured, the quality will be poor.

 

 

Yes, I'm using a firewire.

 

Assuming your pc has enough gusto for video work, have you tried rendering your project in MyDVD using the "software" option?

Go to MyDVD > Tools and select this option.

 

 

EMC 10 Minimum System Requirements ("borrowed" from a post cd made)

 

* Windows Vista with 1.6 GHz Intel processor, 512 MB RAM.

* Windows XP with 500 MHz processor or faster; 128 MB RAM.

* 1 GB of free hard disk space for typical installation of all components

* 1024x768, 16-bit color graphics card

* DirectX 9 or higher compatible sound card and graphics card

* Windows Media Player V9 or 10.

* Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher

* DVD-ROM drive is required to install the software

 

Realistic requirements are somewhat more demanding

 

 

Thanks for the advice. My PC has more than enough gusto for it. I tried your other suggestion and it worked! I don't know why, but I'll take it! Thanks so much!

 

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