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I have a very similar problem and would like to see it addressed as well, currently waiting for a reply from Roxio's tech support.

 

And this was a legit copy of roxio creator 2010 bought in store. I highly doubt this is a videocard or media issue, as the problems show up when exporting/rendering a video.

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I have a very similar problem and would like to see it addressed as well, currently waiting for a reply from Roxio's tech support.

 

And this was a legit copy of roxio creator 2010 bought in store. I highly doubt this is a videocard or media issue, as the problems show up when exporting/rendering a video.

 

Not enough information for us to say you are right or not. Please answer these questions (link).

 

If you would have posted that information to begin with, you would have already had some troubleshooting suggestions. You get out of this exercise what you put into it.

 

Asw for Roxio support, read this.

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Not enough information for us to say you are right or not. Please answer these questions (link).

 

If you would have posted that information to begin with, you would have already had some troubleshooting suggestions. You get out of this exercise what you put into it.

 

Asw for Roxio support, read this.

 

My apologies for not providing all the information that you require. I shall endeavor to be more detailed.

I had edited together a video of a dance performance using videowave, Roxio Creator 2010. The project consists of footage from three different sources and pieced together. All three of those sources are mpegs. I have edited when played in the “edit-video advanced” it runs perfectly just as I want it. So I open up Roxio MyDVD and add the movie, edit the menus, select chapters, and play the preview. Again everything is as it should be. Playing great, and clean. So I burn the DVD. As the burning process starts and the video is being encoded I can tell on the little preview screen that the image is have little hiccups. It will flash to a grey screen that reads Mpeg in the bottom left corner. It flashes for just a second, but the burn does not stop, there are no error messages of any kind and the DVD is completed.

However when I test the DVD and play it on the television or on the computer itself, the video has “blips” in it. It seems that where that had been and edit in the video, the images will first appear in a widescreen format and then suddenly “blip” and change to full screen. This hiccup causes the movie to jitter a little, the resolution to good bad, and the images to be distorted.

Example: This is a dance show and the video changes for a camera view that is close up and then far way. The curtain opens and we see the entire stage (far away) as the movie plays out suddenly everything gets fuzzy right before the camera angle changes to close up. It changes and appears crisp and clear for maybe 2 seconds and then “BLIP” the whole this is in full screen. It is very distracting.

This happens every cut of the camera, and with a two and a half hour show there are a lot of cuts.

Strangely enough it does not happen throughout the entirety of the project. There is a short piece at the very beginning of the project that plays just fine. I did not do anything deferent in the editing of the beginning piece except that it is in black and white. Stranger still is that I have created videos of the same kind, using the same processes without any sort of “blip.”

I have a HP Pavilion dv7 Entertainment PC running windows 7, Intel core due processor. I still have 707GB free on my hard drive, and the computer checks for and conducts system updates every day, as well as defrags every week. The last time being 2.2.2011.

What I have tried to fix the problem:

I have edited each scene as its own project and put them together in MyDVD

I have edited one large project of the entire movie and tried to burn that.

I have made sure that the video is in NTSC format

I have Exported the project to MPEG for DVD, however as the file is exported the “blipping” starts.

I have tried changing the burn speed. It was burned at 8.0X and then at 4.0X

 

I do hope this information helps.

Thank you

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My apologies for not providing all the information that you require. I shall endeavor to be more detailed.

I had edited together a video of a dance performance using videowave, Roxio Creator 2010. The project consists of footage from three different sources and pieced together. All three of those sources are mpegs. I have edited when played in the "edit-video advanced" it runs perfectly just as I want it. So I open up Roxio MyDVD and add the movie, edit the menus, select chapters, and play the preview. Again everything is as it should be. Playing great, and clean. So I burn the DVD. As the burning process starts and the video is being encoded I can tell on the little preview screen that the image is have little hiccups. It will flash to a grey screen that reads Mpeg in the bottom left corner. It flashes for just a second, but the burn does not stop, there are no error messages of any kind and the DVD is completed.

However when I test the DVD and play it on the television or on the computer itself, the video has "blips" in it. It seems that where that had been and edit in the video, the images will first appear in a widescreen format and then suddenly "blip" and change to full screen. This hiccup causes the movie to jitter a little, the resolution to good bad, and the images to be distorted.

Example: This is a dance show and the video changes for a camera view that is close up and then far way. The curtain opens and we see the entire stage (far away) as the movie plays out suddenly everything gets fuzzy right before the camera angle changes to close up. It changes and appears crisp and clear for maybe 2 seconds and then "BLIP" the whole this is in full screen. It is very distracting.

This happens every cut of the camera, and with a two and a half hour show there are a lot of cuts.

Strangely enough it does not happen throughout the entirety of the project. There is a short piece at the very beginning of the project that plays just fine. I did not do anything deferent in the editing of the beginning piece except that it is in black and white. Stranger still is that I have created videos of the same kind, using the same processes without any sort of "blip."

I have a HP Pavilion dv7 Entertainment PC running windows 7, Intel core due processor. I still have 707GB free on my hard drive, and the computer checks for and conducts system updates every day, as well as defrags every week. The last time being 2.2.2011.

What I have tried to fix the problem:

I have edited each scene as its own project and put them together in MyDVD

I have edited one large project of the entire movie and tried to burn that.

I have made sure that the video is in NTSC format

I have Exported the project to MPEG for DVD, however as the file is exported the "blipping" starts.

I have tried changing the burn speed. It was burned at 8.0X and then at 4.0X

 

I do hope this information helps.

Thank you

 

If your video project is really two and a half hours long then that is propably the source of your problem. A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of best quality (HQ setting) video. Any longer and the video has to be compressed and you lose quality. If your show is really that long then you will have very poor quality especially if you are using the fit-to-disc setting which is the about the worst choice you can make.

 

Also when you see the grey screen with the mpeg word in the corner, that is not an error but actually a good disgn. It means that the video is already DVD compliant and does not have to be rendered (encoded) again.

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If your video project is really two and a half hours long then that is propably the source of your problem. A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of best quality (HQ setting) video. Any longer and the video has to be compressed and you lose quality. If your show is really that long then you will have very poor quality especially if you are using the fit-to-disc setting which is the about the worst choice you can make.

 

Also when you see the grey screen with the mpeg word in the corner, that is not an error but actually a good disgn. It means that the video is already DVD compliant and does not have to be rendered (encoded) again.

 

The entire show is two and a half hours, but I split it onto two DVDS, Act one and two. Act one is less than 45 minutes and easily fits to one 4.7GB disc and I burn it at "same as original" I have also tried the process after splitting the act into even smaller pieces, between 3-8 minutes, and the same thing happens. I will be the first to say that I'm not sure what the mpeg screen does, all I know is that the video is showing as widescreen and then after the mpeg flash, it is suddenly full screen. The mpeg flash seems to coincide with the "blips" I had mentioned.

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