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Through consulting you experts I have learned that to prevent 'juddering' I should set the TOOLS/OPTIONS/RENDER USING to 'Software' when Burning. Excellent advice works fine.

 

I also learnt that in order to use 3D TRANSITIONS whilst making a production this had to be set to 'Hardware'. Excellent -works fine.

 

Now the (obvious) question how can I keep the 3D Transitions I have used when burning ?

 

Always in awe !

 

UK Mick

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Through consulting you experts I have learned that to prevent 'juddering' I should set the TOOLS/OPTIONS/RENDER USING to 'Software' when Burning. Excellent advice works fine.

 

I also learnt that in order to use 3D TRANSITIONS whilst making a production this had to be set to 'Hardware'. Excellent -works fine.

 

Now the (obvious) question how can I keep the 3D Transitions I have used when burning ?

 

Always in awe !

 

UK Mick

 

 

You won't be able to use the 3D transitions with Software render.

 

If you built your production, in VideoWave, you could try outputting the production as an mpeg-2 for DVD - best quality, file, then burn it in MyDVD. You may still have the juddering, but it is worth a shot, if you want to keep the 3-D transitions, with your setting at Hardware render.

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Guys

Usual thanks for your knowledge and kindness.

Think I will give Jim's idea a go first.

As stated before I have almost no knowledgE of hardware but managed to find out from my system that my VideoCard is a RADEON 9200.

Can you comfirn that this is not suitable and if so suggest what I specifically want

 

Usual thanks

Mick UK

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Guys

Usual thanks for your knowledge and kindness.

Think I will give Jim's idea a go first.

As stated before I have almost no knowledgE of hardware but managed to find out from my system that my VideoCard is a RADEON 9200.

Can you comfirn that this is not suitable and if so suggest what I specifically want

 

Usual thanks

Mick UK

 

 

Try using the latest video drivers for that card. The latest drivers were released in November 2006. If you don't have them, update from here:

 

http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Page...prer300-xp.aspx

 

That link is for Windows XP drivers.

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Try using the latest video drivers for that card. The latest drivers were released in November 2006. If you don't have them, update from here:

 

http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Page...prer300-xp.aspx

 

That link is for Windows XP drivers.

 

Thanks for that GB.

I have installed from the link and will give it a go.

Presumably I now leave the option set to HARDWARE for all operations?

 

Always in Awe

Mick UK

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Thanks for that GB.

I have installed from the link and will give it a go.

Presumably I now leave the option set to HARDWARE for all operations?

 

Always in Awe

Mick UK

 

... and of course, if you have an RW disc or 2 lying around, dust them off and burn your .iso image on them as you experiment with Hardware v. Software, that way you won't have coasters costing you $$$ and taking up space in your local landfill. If you go that route, make sure you thereafter burn productions you like onto a DVD+R or DVD-R, depending on your preference (and the preference of your DVD players :lol:) for a more"permanent" archive.

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... and of course, if you have an RW disc or 2 lying around, dust them off and burn your .iso image on them as you experiment with Hardware v. Software, that way you won't have coasters costing you $$$ and taking up space in your local landfill. If you go that route, make sure you thereafter burn productions you like onto a DVD+R or DVD-R, depending on your preference (and the preference of your DVD players :lol:) for a more"permanent" archive.

Usual Thanks

 

Yes I always use RW'S until happy with production.

 

The reason for my last question is that when I select Software fpr Rendering option I am still unable to acceess 3D Transitions. Should I be able to now ? How can I check that download has actually been installed (although I got 'ok' message) ?

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