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Poopy picture when rendered

Posted: Tue, 27th Jul 2004, 6:29pm

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pinkelinka

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Hello, I have a problem! Yesterday me and my friends made a movie. So long, so good. But when I edited and rendered it today, the parts where I used Alamdv2 for effects isn't looking as good as the other parts, the "non-effect" parts. Does anyone know why?
I use a Panasonic NV-GS120 camera. Thank you!
Posted: Tue, 27th Jul 2004, 6:39pm

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Redhawksrymmer

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have you used any other codec for the "non-effect parts"?
Posted: Tue, 27th Jul 2004, 7:02pm

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Andreas

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This sounds very wierd.
I assume you rendered that movie out of AlamDV directly and not as a standalone AVI file to use with your NLE later on, If you did that you might have done as redhawk said, exported it in some bad codec.

Otherwize the only thing I can think of is that you re-sized the images awfully much or simply used bad looking plugins.

I would suggest re-render it out of AlamDV2 and make sure to use Uncompressed (i.e. no codec).
Posted: Tue, 27th Jul 2004, 8:54pm

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pinkelinka

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Thank you guys! I tried to render in Alamdv2 again, but this time uncompressed and it worked, big thank's! smile