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I have Easy Media Created 10 Suite and I used VideoWave to create a slide show with about 635 pictures showing for 3 secs. I have music added to the background to play when the pictures are showing. I do not use any transition inbetween pictures and when I try to make an ISO file using My DVD it works fine until about 20 mins into the video then every 2-3 pictures just show up as a black screen. The music still plays fine. I did change the Rendering to software. When I watch the preview screen when making the ISO file it also shows the black screen and if I view the ISO file it shows the black screen so I know it is not a DVD burning problem.

 

Thanks for any help,

Seth

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I am new to this forum and was looking for help for myself when I saw your discussion.

 

I have done several videos using Easy Media Creator 10 Videowave and just lately I've had a few videos output some blank screens where jpgs should be. At first I thought it was those jpgs I had edited and they were too large (6+ MB's). But when this happened again (just last week), I discovered that if I did not check the option to "normalize audio", then it didn't happen. The output was fine - I watched it in the preview as the mpg was created and the blank screens are gone - the pictures are back.

 

Don't know if the "normalize auido" option was the culprit or if it was just coincidental. I'm not technical enough to figure out if that would have made a difference. But that's my 2 cents worth!

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