Re: Flash Frames Between Edits



Deb via WindowsKB.com
07-09-2005, 09:34 PM
I am having this same problem. I have a project I have been working of for
some time..and have re-rendered the video several times (didn't realize
that I could PREVIEW it with the "select production" button, so kept re
rendering to see how it looked all put together. Well I am done now and
want to render my final finished video to DVD and when I "make movie" there
is flashing at transition points, some times flash backs? I have the
Dell, Roxio system. IT doesn't flash at every transistion point, just some
and each time I try to re render, it appears to be the same spots that
can't edit without glitches.
Have I screwed up my edit points by too much re'rendering of the video?
It DID work initially, first several times...but now is screwing up and
flashing. What do I need to do to get this finished product to run without
flashes so I can create my DVD??? THANKS

newzzzguy
07-09-2005, 09:34 PM
I finally fixed the problem by nudging left. I had tried that before but it
didn't work. After clipping the video several times and nudging left several
times, it finally worked. Why it didn't work before I have no idea, but I'm
extremely happy it finally worked. It was the last clip before burning a
dvd, so it was frustrating to get bogged-down right at the end.
Everything is peachy now.
--
Shoot Straight and aim high!!!


"Deb via WindowsKB.com" wrote:

> I am having this same problem. I have a project I have been working of for
> some time..and have re-rendered the video several times (didn't realize
> that I could PREVIEW it with the "select production" button, so kept re
> rendering to see how it looked all put together. Well I am done now and
> want to render my final finished video to DVD and when I "make movie" there
> is flashing at transition points, some times flash backs? I have the
> Dell, Roxio system. IT doesn't flash at every transistion point, just some
> and each time I try to re render, it appears to be the same spots that
> can't edit without glitches.
> Have I screwed up my edit points by too much re'rendering of the video?
> It DID work initially, first several times...but now is screwing up and
> flashing. What do I need to do to get this finished product to run without
> flashes so I can create my DVD??? THANKS
>

Hanson Woo
07-09-2005, 09:34 PM
I think you can use magic swf2avi.
Magic Swf2avi is the only tool that supports conversion with movie
clips and clear audio.

And it can convert swf flash to AVI, DVD mpeg video directly.

http://www.effectmatrix.com/swf2gif

M.L.
07-09-2005, 09:35 PM
>I think you can use magic swf2avi.
>Magic Swf2avi is the only tool that supports conversion with movie
>clips and clear audio.
>
>And it can convert swf flash to AVI, DVD mpeg video directly.
>
>http://www.effectmatrix.com/swf2gif

Zealot Swf2Video Studio can do all that too. Converts single or joined
SWFs to AVI, DVD, VCD, SVCD, mpeg1, mpeg2. Recognizes all action
scripts and audio. The user can also dub an audio file with a SWF
file.

http://www.zealot-soft.com

Sony Vegas Video 5 can also import SWFs and output to various formats.


Re: Flash Frames Between Edits