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Slow Video

Posted: Wed, 9th Feb 2005, 3:11am

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Warlock666

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Hi, I just finished a test project and i exported it AVI, i played it back and it was slow, like frame-by-frame .. I used Cinepak codec then Uncompressed but it didnt work. hte effects play perfectly on Almdv2. Is my computer too slow 2.0ghz P4? Please help!
Posted: Wed, 9th Feb 2005, 3:19am

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Serpent

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This doesn't sound right, what media player are you playing it back in? Get the new WMP and Quicktime. But once you put it on tape or DVD it sould be fine. but give us more info. (Media player)
Posted: Wed, 9th Feb 2005, 5:26am

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BackOfTheHearse

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Also, slight note: Uncompressed video is lossless, but is such a large file that it won't play without jittery-ness even in top of the line computers. Re-encode the uncompressed file as your DV codec using VirtualDub.
Posted: Thu, 10th Feb 2005, 12:14am

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TimmyD

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What frame rate are you using? Thats often a problem in this circumstance.
Posted: Thu, 10th Feb 2005, 12:16am

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Brettsta

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Put it in your video editor... It should work fine in there