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Video Screen Shifts On Playback


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Hello everyone,

 

I have Roxio 10 and have just recently started editing with this software. The problem I'm having is that when I import the video from my camera to my computer and begin to edit in videowave, I've noticed that upon playback, about 1/3 of the video shifts horizontally slightly, and then catches up. It seems to happen in areas of the video where the camera has recorded video when panning left or right. I'll try to explain a little better, imagine your watching a video and the bottom 1/3 of the screen is slightly out of alignment with the top 2/3rds of the screen, and then suddenly, the top and bottom of the screen line up and look fine, only to do it again seconds later. Whats odd is that I've noticed it doesn't happen all the time. If I plug my camera directly into my T.V. and watch the video, it doesn't have this problem. I thought it may just be a small glitch in my computer, so I burned a DVD of a small section of video that I edited, and upon playing it on my flatscreen, the problem is very noticeable. It feels like your going cross-eyed when you watch the video when it does this. I'm running windows vista home edition, and I have an NVIDIA 9600gt graphics card if that helps. Also, I have a Canon GL-2 that I'm importing the video from. (I have used other editing software in the past with no problems, so I wouldn't say I'm a beginner).

Sorry for the length, its hard to describe this problem in words.

 

Thanks in advance for any possible solutions.

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This area of the Forum is for Roxio Creator 2010 products. If you have EMC 10 it is under Legacy products since it went out of production years ago. Please use proper terms.

 

It appears your not going to be able to use Hardware Rendering…

 

In MyDVD or VideoWave, go under Tools – Options – Render and set it to Software.

 

Try that on a DVD RW and see what happens ;)

 

Also, Creator 2011, the current product, has a Video Stabilizer: HERE

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My mistake, feel free to move this question to the correct area of the forum.

I do have a question though, will I not be able to use the hardware rendering because of the NVIDIA 9600gt graphics card that I am using, or is there another reason?

 

I will make sure I look for any replies in the correct section of the website.

 

Thanks

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My mistake, feel free to move this question to the correct area of the forum.

I do have a question though, will I not be able to use the hardware rendering because of the NVIDIA 9600gt graphics card that I am using, or is there another reason?

 

I will make sure I look for any replies in the correct section of the website.

 

Thanks

 

I gather that you do have Easy Media Creator 10 rather than Creator 2010 since you say to move the post. You say you have just started to use the software. EMC 10 is 4 versions old; about 5 years. Is that what you have or do you have a version that came with your hardware? There is a Creator 10.x (number) with a two letter designation. For example 10.3DE which is a newer OEM version. Please be clear.

 

Concerning hardware vs software render. That is hard to tell. Please post your full computer specs. Have you updated your video card drivers recently (link)?Does your video card have 256 or 512 memory on-board? The 256 may be OK but...

 

What else do you have running when you are doing video editing - anti-virus, e-mail, etc.

 

I ask about your computer and other programs runnng because they may take CPU time from the video rendering or just delay transfer to your hard drive (as in anti-virus scanning everything being written to your hard drive.

 

With software mode, you will lose some of the transitions but rendering may actually be faster.

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