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I posted this question a while back. The slide images that were imported into Video Wave became progressively fuzzier as I added additional features to the slide show. The images really degraded after adding a music track. The images are unrecognizable in Video Wave but are not affected after downloading into My DVD and then sending to Copy & Convert. The slide show came out perfect after burning to DVD. I would like to clear up the images so that I don't have to click on an image to determine what it is.

 

Someone that replied to my previous posting, I can't recall who right now, suggested that when in Video Wave, click on Tools then Options. This produces a screen with a listing of items, one of which is Proxy Files. Under the Proxy Files, click on Clear. I've been reluctant to do this, fearful that it's going to negatively affect the slide show, especially since a window pops up that asks if I really want to do this? Can someone confirm that clearing the Proxy files makes the images legible and that doing so does not affect the slide show file in any way?

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It doesn't hurt anything. You will not lose you show.

 

Actually, I think the correct "fix" is to delete the .dat file for the project. Do this, save the show as a different name. Close Video Wave, delete the dat file for the copy and then open Video Wave again. See if the images are Ok.

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You're corrct. Deleting the Proxy files did not correct the fuzzy image problem. The next step is to try your method, unless you or someone else can suggest something different.

 

By the way, is this a normal circumstance? That is, the images are legible when after first importing them into Video Wave, but as transitions and other effects are added to the slide show, particularly after adding a sound track, the images degrade into a blurry mess.

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You're corrct. Deleting the Proxy files did not correct the fuzzy image problem. The next step is to try your method, unless you or someone else can suggest something different.

 

By the way, is this a normal circumstance? That is, the images are legible when after first importing them into Video Wave, but as transitions and other effects are added to the slide show, particularly after adding a sound track, the images degrade into a blurry mess.

 

No, not normal but would depend on how much editing you do in your slide show and how long it is. I remember only 1 or 2 others who had this issue.

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