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Burning A Eyetv .mp4 File Shows Not Stable Images


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Hi all,

This is the first time I access this forum. Sorry for any mistakes..

Now, my question. I've a clip outputted from EyeTV (mp4 format). When I try to burn it with Toast Titanium 11.1 (1072), the images I see are not stable.

No problems if I try to see the .mp4 file with another player (QuickTime, VLC or Flip Player).

Unfortunately, I do not remember if the same thing happened before installation of Mavericks on my Mac.

Can anyone help me to solve the problem?

Thanks however to everyone who can provide me with an answer.

 

Massimo

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How did you import the EyeTV clip to Toast? One way is to use the Video tab in the Toast Media Browser to access the EyeTV videos. When you say the images are not stable, is that when viewing in Toast or after you've created whatever you are using Toast to create? My EyeTV device captures as mpeg2 so I don't have a way of checking how Toast handles a mp4 EyeTV capture.

 

Have you tried exporting the video from within EyeTV so that you can add the video without it being in an EyeTV container?

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Hi,

Thanks to your suggestion I solved the problem!

I don't know why but, adding a video to be burned/converted from Toast 11 with cut&paste it's not the same than directly access it from within the Toast Video page.

Thank you very much for the help!

 

 

Massimo

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