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Jason BurkhimerRe: need help with a blurring problem
by on Dec 5, 2005 at 1:52:47 am

Jason,
IF you have certain other things running like antivirus it MAY affect the playback. Turn off anti virus to see how that works. Also have you put any thing onto the clip such as slow motion, color correction or any other type of effect. Effects MAY slow down the p;ayback and give a jerky motion. I did see where you said the test MPEG and DVD were the same so as much as I hate to say it you might want to recapture the footage (a portion of it where you have the jerky motion anyway) just to see if it was in the capture.
Just throwing ideas out right now to see if anything helps.
Don


Thnks for the reply don. Unfortunately, I cant recapture the footage(wedding). I just didnt know if there was some "motion blur switch" that I was missing or some other really simple fix. I guess Im stuck with hard to watch footage. Thanks for your help tho guys.

-burk


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