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Some pics won't show in Videowave


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I've seen that myself, and I don't have a guaranteed way to fix it, but in general I found the problem seemed to be when the pictures were very large, and if I resampled them down to be closer to the actual TV display resolution, that generally fixed it. So check the pixel width and height of the pictures that aren't displaying. Remember, resampling them down to the TV resolution isn't actually going to affect the final output since the display determines the final resolution, as long as you don't go below the resolution the TV can put out.

 

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I've seen that myself, and I don't have a guaranteed way to fix it, but in general I found the problem seemed to be when the pictures were very large, and if I resampled them down to be closer to the actual TV display resolution, that generally fixed it. So check the pixel width and height of the pictures that aren't displaying. Remember, resampling them down to the TV resolution isn't actually going to affect the final output since the display determines the final resolution, as long as you don't go below the resolution the TV can put out.

 

Hope that helps!

 

Thanks a lot for the reply. I am not sure about this but all the pics are scans. I am working on a family video for an anniversary and scanned a lot of old pics and they seem to be all approximately the same size. I will verify however to make sure.

 

Thanks again!

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Thanks a lot for the reply. I am not sure about this but all the pics are scans. I am working on a family video for an anniversary and scanned a lot of old pics and they seem to be all approximately the same size. I will verify however to make sure.

 

Thanks again!

Well, consider it this way, if you've scanned a 4"x6" picture at 600 dpi, then you've got an image that is 2400x3600 pixels. Since even a 1080p HD TV only has a vertical resolution of 1080 pixels, you can resample to 50% (1200x1800 pixels) and still exceed the vertical resolution of the TV. So, you won't lose any image quality when it is displayed, and it may then work okay in VideoWave.

 

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