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    Can someone explain something to me...

    I made a photo slideshow with some high res photos, but when go through all the motions making it a DVD like I always do...sometimes there's slippage in any adjustments I make in the photos, like sharpness. It may only happen for an instant, but it happens.

    Should I be rendering that part of the edit line before encoding? I see that there's some red line fragments over the time line now and then. Maybe that's the reason for the slippage errors even after encoding?

    Maybe it's just the old dvd player.
    Motion Art Cinematography

    Windows 10 Home 64 bit, Intel I7 4.2ghz, 32GB Ram, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070

    Gold Coast, Australia

  • #2
    There's no need to prerender before exporting an entire timeline to MPEG-2...

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    • #3
      Is there any benefit to rendering small sections of your project before hand? I know one of my mates does that.
      Motion Art Cinematography

      Windows 10 Home 64 bit, Intel I7 4.2ghz, 32GB Ram, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070

      Gold Coast, Australia

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      • #4
        It's only needed when going back to Tape, then a smooth playback is a must, to avoid dropped frames etc.

        While editing it's not needed, it only "feels" better to do it.

        During the final format conversion (delivery format) all is rendered to the new format, regardless of red or blue or any other color, and pre-render does not improve any quality (only consumes your time)

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        • #5
          Slide Show

          Hi,
          If you are making a photo slide show with high res images why don't you use a program called Proshow Gold or Proshow Producer? He is a link to it, I use it for my wedding stills and thay all turn out great.
          http://www.photodex.com/

          Cheers
          Steve

          P.S I have made DVD'S with up to 700 photo's on it, and with backing music!
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