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Old 05-25-2014, 12:26 AM - Thread Starter
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I used a Canon HF400 to shoot about 45 min of MP4@35mbfs. I used Corel Video Studio 6 to edit aand then I burned to a DVD with 8000 bit rate as MPEG2. Looks fine on computer but when I watch the DVD on my TV, vertical and horizontal straight lines get wavy if the camera moves at all. Should I have set the camera differently ( not too many options there) or should I have burned my DVD differently....or is there nothing that can be done to avoid this? I'ts just vacation stuff, not fast moving sports. Thanks.
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Try creating a file rather than burning straight to DVD. Then create your DVD from that file. Set the file rendering process to "Same as First Video Clip" Also try Enable 60p/50p Create the DVD from the file.

 

Also ask your question in the Corel VideoStudio Forum.

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Thanks for the reply..With the second burning, I did what you suggested and saw no difference than when I burned the first project from the timeline..
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I wonder if it is a "rolling shutter" problem. Are you moving the camera too fast in a Pan. Look up Rolling Shutter in Wiki.

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Believe it or not, 40 years ago, I was a TV news photog shooting 16mm film so I have a good appreciation of a slow pan/tilt. I also get the wavy lines if the camera is still but the subject, such as a boat with many horizontal lines, moves.
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