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Out Putting Blurred Video from a clear video file


Brock_Florida

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I'm using the Roxio creator 2010

 

When i edit my video (mpeg file) and output it using the option (same as origional) the video starts out clear but flickers between perfect and blurred when i play it back.

 

I noticed that when it's rendering outyou see the video play out... during the process a big grey screen will pop up in saying mpeg and which the render process zooms ahead until the video shows up again and the process slows down..

 

 

is this normal and is anyone else have this problem?

 

 

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I noticed that when it's rendering outyou see the video play out... during the process a big grey screen will pop up in saying mpeg and which the render process zooms ahead until the video shows up again and the process slows down..
This is normal. During the 'grey' screen, Videowave is smart rendering and not changing the original video. Any places where you made cuts, transitions, added effects, etc., must be re-rendered and you will see that in the preview.

 

If these areas are playing back at lesser quality, it could be your video card, driver, or driver settings. You can also try setting Videowave to software render, but be aware that all 3D transitions and effects are NOT available in this mode.

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I tried it with just the software. but for some reason the quality still goes back and forth from perfect to ribbed/blurry.

 

Any ideas?

 

What video card do you have? or is it just a video chip. Are you relying on the preview? Don't burn to an ISO file and then mount it in a virtual drive and play it on your computer.

 

Where did you get the video file from? How did you get it onto your computer? If it is from a camcorder, which one?

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I'm assuming it's a chip.

I have Sony VAIO Laptop with Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor

windows 7 home premium

2.2 gz

4gb ram

 

This is the graphic info. I had to get it from the best buy website. I have to admit i'm not to knowledgable on the graphics stuff info... but this is what it said:

Mobile Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD

With Intel® Clear Video Technology features 1750MB total available graphics memory.

 

Is that what you were looking for?

 

I am in tv. so i save my work from the DVR onto my toshiba dvd burner. From there I use the "Click to Disk" program from my laptop. it pulls out the clips nicely with great clarity.

 

from there i just triM the mpeg files adjust the audio and output it to the "same as origional" option.

 

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"Don't burn to an ISO file and then mount it in a virtual drive and play it on your computer."

 

Not sure i understand this part. What is an ISO file?

 

Sorry, that was supposed to read "DO burn to an ISO file...." An ISO file is an image file of exactly what would be on a DVD disc. When you go to burn using Create DVD, that is one of the options. Un-check the rest of them. On the Creator home page, go to tools; that will allow you to mount a virtual drive. Load the ISO to the drive and you can play it on your computer using one of your programs that will play a disc.

 

NOW, what about the rest of the questions about the original video file? Please don't give piecemeal answers, they take up too much time when I have to keep asking for the rest of the information. :angry:

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sorry about the peacemeal replies. i'm not sure what to say. so here is it all.

i have a toshiba DVD burner. I burn clips from the DVR to the DVD and then of course finalize it all.

from there i use the "click to disk" program from my sony vaio.

It rips the files into mpeg2's.

 

the clarity rocks.

 

so i import the files into roxio where they can be edited. I trim them up and adjust the audio and then after i've done that with 4 or 5 clips that are put together back to back i output the files to the same mpeg2 using same as origional option. it's in 4:3. I tried it in the options with hardware and software to see if that will change the output'ed file from not flickering between blurring and staying clear and it doesn't work.

I'll try the burning to an ISO file when i get home and see if that will make a difference.

Is that done in creat DVD part of in editing the Video part?

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sorry about the peacemeal replies. i'm not sure what to say. so here is it all.

i have a toshiba DVD burner. I burn clips from the DVR to the DVD and then of course finalize it all.

from there i use the "click to disk" program from my sony vaio.

It rips the files into mpeg2's.

 

the clarity rocks.

 

so i import the files into roxio where they can be edited. I trim them up and adjust the audio and then after i've done that with 4 or 5 clips that are put together back to back i output the files to the same mpeg2 using same as origional option. it's in 4:3. I tried it in the options with hardware and software to see if that will change the output'ed file from not flickering between blurring and staying clear and it doesn't work.

I'll try the burning to an ISO file when i get home and see if that will make a difference.

Is that done in creat DVD part of in editing the Video part?

 

Do not go to that from Video Wave. After you save the project, close Video Wave and open Make DVD. Set up menus, etc and then burn. You will see the option.

 

Do save the project from Video Wave with a name you will remember and add that project to Make DVD.

 

It sounds like there is a lot of encoding the way you are doing it and I'm not surprised there is some loss in clarity.

 

Go to your computer manufacturer's web site and see igf there are any updates for that video chip's drivers. Do not rely on Windows for that.

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