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Playback issues on Color Panel


MikeG24
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Hi -

I am using myDvD and VideoWave to create a DVD. On the DVD I have several clips from my video cameral that look just fine, and sound just fine when I play them. However, I wanted a title and some ending credits. So, I accomplished this by adding a color panel (black) at the beginning and the end of the production. I then used Add Text Effect to add my title information (at the beginning) and my credits infomation (at the end). When I preview, it looks good. However when I burn it and play it on my DVD player the color panels take twice times as long (so for my opening 11 second color panel, it is taking about 22 seconds). On my credits, as they scroll they will stop and start (in preview it is smooth). Oddly enough, the DVD play does not clock twice as many seconds, they just tick by slower! :unsure:

 

Has anyone else encountered this? I hope it is just some sort of configuration issue! :) By the way, the total length is about 1:12 (one hour twelve minutes), and I am burning it to a DVD+R using Standard Play (HQ was about 500 MB too big for my 4.7 GB DVD).

 

I am using Roxio Created 2009 Special Edition (Build 111B10E ENU)

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

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I never burned using SP setting so I don't know if that's the cause of the problem.

 

Try burning an image file with HQ quality setting. If MyDVD shows that it will not be able to fit that on the selected 4.7gb disc, change the size to 8.5gb to allow MyDVD to go ahead. Then use Video Copy and Convert to burn the image file to a standard DVD (4.7gb). Let us know if that solves problem.

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I never burned using SP setting so I don't know if that's the cause of the problem.

 

Try burning an image file with HQ quality setting. If MyDVD shows that it will not be able to fit that on the selected 4.7gb disc, change the size to 8.5gb to allow MyDVD to go ahead. Then use Video Copy and Convert to burn the image file to a standard DVD (4.7gb). Let us know if that solves problem.

 

Ok, I have done this. I created an ISO image at HQ speed, then used Video Copy & Convert to write the DVD. I still see the issue (but not to the same extent that I saw it before).

 

Would like to know why it happens in the first place. It almost seems like there is a conflict somewhere, and it is spacing the resulting video to compensate. It only seems to happen on the color panels.

 

Mike

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