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Old 15 Feb 2004, 08:16 PM   #1
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Default DVD FLickering Problem

Hello All.

I am using Ulead Video Studio 7.

I capture my video with IEEE card ( from sony dv ) & I get good
quality ( 704/576 field order B ).

After i editing my video & do "make a disc" I choose to create
it in field order B But instead it keep burn it in Field order A &
This is why i get DVD FLickering ( I Think .)

Maybe it is a bug Or i am doing something worng.

Any ideas??

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Old 24 Feb 2004, 07:00 PM   #2
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i have te same problem i used VS7 to capture and tmpgenc to convert, i tried interlace and non-i, deinterlace, bottom and top field, no succes, if you find something letme know please
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Old 24 Feb 2004, 10:13 PM   #3
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There's an active user forum for VS7 on the ULead site. If noone here can help you, you may want to try there. I use VS7 all the time...but have always exited after building the DVD files to DVDShrink to size things up and do the burn with DVD Author.
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