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Picture Distortions With Photos In Videowave


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I have a 2010 DEll Studio intel core i7 using Roxio Creator 2010 Pro. (note video card has lastest updates).

While using Videowave making a slideshow, the pictures pile or stack up on each other during and after transistions. Sometimes it goes away and has the normal black background but the problem is always visible when I burn the project to a disc or any file format ie MPEG 2.

 

I have already done the following:

1) installed SP2 and updated video drivers (nvidia GeForce GTS 240).

2) talked with Roxio CS -- no help there

3) tried copying/burning in every format possible

 

Any suggestions on how to solve this problem?

 

Below you will see a screen shot of what my issue is:

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Your issue is the same as this one.

 

Since you mentioned your video card is already up to date and you already installed SP2, try deleting the *.dat file in the same folder where you have your Videowave production file.

 

Let us know if that clears up the problem.

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Your issue is the same as this one.

 

Since you mentioned your video card is already up to date and you already installed SP2, try deleting the *.dat file in the same folder where you have your Videowave production file.

 

Let us know if that clears up the problem.

 

 

I deleted the dat files, but i was unable to clear the proxy. However, once i restarted the computer i was able to copy to a MPEG without the ghosting. But this is intermittent. I have close and reopen the videowaver or createfile and cancel several times before I can get a version without the photos overlaying one another.

So the problem is still present just not 100% of the time.

Any other suggestions?

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I deleted the dat files, but i was unable to clear the proxy. However, once i restarted the computer i was able to copy to a MPEG without the ghosting. But this is intermittent. I have close and reopen the videowaver or createfile and cancel several times before I can get a version without the photos overlaying one another.

So the problem is still present just not 100% of the time.

Any other suggestions?

 

In VideoWave, click on Options, and under Render Using, select Software.

 

Let us know if that works.

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In VideoWave, click on Options, and under Render Using, select Software.

 

Let us know if that works.

 

 

 

I think this has solved the problem. Although it makes the Roxio program run a little bit slower I do not see any overlaping/ghosting of photos!

 

Thanks for your help!!!

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I think this has solved the problem. Although it makes the Roxio program run a little bit slower I do not see any overlaping/ghosting of photos!

 

Thanks for your help!!!

Actually Software Rendering should speed it up!

 

I have some PC’s that get so bogged down during editing if HW is set, that they become unusable!

 

So I do my editing and project building in SW Render then switch to HW to make my final output…

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Since I have switched the rendering to software, I have noticed that I loose many of the transition i.e 3D ones etc. only the simply plain ones are availble for chooseing. But I get all the transition options when I switch back to hardware. Again when in hardware rendering videowave goes back to ghosting the pictures. Any more suggestions?

Thanks

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There are some of the transitions that need hardware rendering

 

If your machine can't handle that correctly, then you are restricted to software render with the loss of transitions.

 

The only 'cure' would be to get a graphics system with more power

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I have a very similar situation and posted back on 8/1 "Vw 2010 Overlays & Picture 'bleed Thru" ". I have not figured out a solution. I did add a border overlay & applied the Pan & Zoom feature (focusing more in the center of the photo). It works but would like to find the root cause vs a band aid approach. Texan.

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I have a very similar situation and posted back on 8/1 "Vw 2010 Overlays & Picture 'bleed Thru" ". I have not figured out a solution. I did add a border overlay & applied the Pan & Zoom feature (focusing more in the center of the photo). It works but would like to find the root cause vs a band aid approach. Texan.

 

See Post #4 and Post #5 of this thread.

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Hi I still have this problem. I want to be able to use Hardware rendering for transitions. The video card I have is NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240. What model GeForce card do you recommend?

 

Thanks for your suggestions

 

 

There are some of the transitions that need hardware rendering

 

If your machine can't handle that correctly, then you are restricted to software render with the loss of transitions.

 

The only 'cure' would be to get a graphics system with more power

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Hi I still have this problem. I want to be able to use Hardware rendering for transitions. The video card I have is NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240. What model GeForce card do you recommend?

 

Thanks for your suggestions

 

Basically any graphics card with 512 MB of GDRAM should do it (no need for a bleeding-edge 'gaming' one - any mid-range card is good enough really)

 

However, having said that, have you updated your drivers at all? Keep in mind that even fit a 'brand new' card, the drivers are usually well out of date by the time you actually buy it :lol:

 

http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/win7-winvista-64bit-275.33-whql-driver-uk.html

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