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Vw 2010 Overlays & Picture 'bleed Thru"

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I have two questions:

1) Are additonal overlays available ( either free or purchase). I expected addl ones in 2010 (just purchased) but they appear to be the same from 2009.

 

2) OK, I suspect it is the fact that my pictures are different sizes but really think even if that is true there is an alternative I just have not figured out. Using VW 2010, I import 40-50 pictures from different sources & video as well. When I preview the DVD a 'portion' of say picture #20 appears behind picture #40. Although this is not the case, it is as if #20 is landscape and #40 is portrait. I can see the edges of #20 as part of picture #40. The picture also appears 'behind' the video. Being a old cobol progammer, it is like working storage was not cleared out. The only way I have been able to solve is to use the PAN & ZOOM and focus on the 'inner' portion of the pictures and video. Any alternatives? Thanks, Russell

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I have two questions:

1) Are additonal overlays available ( either free or purchase). I expected addl ones in 2010 (just purchased) but they appear to be the same from 2009.

 

2) OK, I suspect it is the fact that my pictures are different sizes but really think even if that is true there is an alternative I just have not figured out. Using VW 2010, I import 40-50 pictures from different sources & video as well. When I preview the DVD a 'portion' of say picture #20 appears behind picture #40. Although this is not the case, it is as if #20 is landscape and #40 is portrait. I can see the edges of #20 as part of picture #40. The picture also appears 'behind' the video. Being a old cobol progammer, it is like working storage was not cleared out. The only way I have been able to solve is to use the PAN & ZOOM and focus on the 'inner' portion of the pictures and video. Any alternatives? Thanks, Russell

 

1) No, make you own. karri shows you how.

2) Have you installed SP2 for Creator 2010 and updated your video card? Delete the dat file for that project to clear out the old stuff after you do.

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1) No, make you own. karri shows you how.

2) Have you installed SP2 for Creator 2010 and updated your video card? Delete the dat file for that project to clear out the old stuff after you do.

 

Yes I have SP2 installed. Appreciate the Overlay link....I am going to start one now!.

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I have two questions:

1) Are additonal overlays available ( either free or purchase). I expected addl ones in 2010 (just purchased) but they appear to be the same from 2009.

 

2) OK, I suspect it is the fact that my pictures are different sizes but really think even if that is true there is an alternative I just have not figured out. Using VW 2010, I import 40-50 pictures from different sources & video as well. When I preview the DVD a 'portion' of say picture #20 appears behind picture #40. Although this is not the case, it is as if #20 is landscape and #40 is portrait. I can see the edges of #20 as part of picture #40. The picture also appears 'behind' the video. Being a old cobol progammer, it is like working storage was not cleared out. The only way I have been able to solve is to use the PAN & ZOOM and focus on the 'inner' portion of the pictures and video. Any alternatives? Thanks, Russell

 

Re your #2... I had the same problem with overlay (or bleeding as you say) and found that even though in the "Production Editor drop down menu", I specified each non 16:9 format should have black bars, I still had the overlay. UNTIL, I updated my NVIDIA driver. I did this once, then found out that there was an additional newer NVIDIA driver update (thanks to one of Roxio's gurus!!!), and that solved my problem! So I suggest you check your drivers for your computer screen and perhaps an updated version will solve your problem. Good luck!

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Why necropost? You are replying to a August thread - 3 1/2 monts old. :unsure: I'm almost postive that the OP found that solution or has given up.

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