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Black Images On Tv

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I have Creator NXT 2. I created a production having 12 slides using VideoWave. I view the production in VideoWave, and it looks good. I burned a DVD using MyDVD. On my TV set, six of the slide images do not show. They are solid black. The black images appear for the 7 seconds I allowed. How do I fix this problem?

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I have Creator NXT 2. I created a production having 12 slides using VideoWave. I view the production in VideoWave, and it looks good. I burned a DVD using MyDVD. On my TV set, six of the slide images do not show. They are solid black. The black images appear for the 7 seconds I allowed. How do I fix this problem?

 

What is the file size and pixel dimensions of your slide images?

 

Try first burning to an image file or a Video_TS folder set. You can then play those files with a software player such as VLC (link)

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Please be aware that the DVD standard sets a maximum size for pictures on a DVD, so if they are too large the software will have to downsize them. Often the downsizing doesn't work properly and over-large pictures turn out black on the DVD.

 

Try downsizing your pictures yourself before you give them to Videowave.

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My images are about 6400 X 5300. I think that they are too large as pointed out by Digital Guru.

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My images are about 6400 X 5300. I think that they are too large as pointed out by Digital Guru.

Yes, I would definitely reduce them to about a quarter size but make sure you keep the aspect ration.

 

You could first Output (render) to an mpg file to see if there is still a problem. If the mpg file is Ok then you can always add that file file directly in myDVD.

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And, make sure that you don't overwrite your original photos. When you reduce them, change the name, and put them in a different folder than the originals.

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