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    Default Elements Preview monitor problem

    I am pretty new to this so sorry if answer is obvious. I have captured video via Elements (displayed ok as it was captured in the capture window). However the captured footage when viewed in the monitor window runs but is severly pixelated , the soundtrack is ok though. I have rendered the captured video (I think) per the manual.


    I have also tried capturing the Video via Windows Moveimaker and that seems to be ok but I would prefer to use Elements.

    I have a Radeon 9700 pro graphics card in an Athlon2600+ with 512MB memory.

    I have twin RAID SATA 120GB harddisks set up to mirror - running a disk speed check seems to produce speeds in excess of the minimum requirement.

    I have tried searching the Adobe site without succes does anyone have any suggestions

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    Did you capture via USB? If so this would likely be the cause. ALWAYS capture via firewire if possible.

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    I used Firewire. As I say it worked ok for Moviemaker.

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    Problem solved. Turns out to be a conflict between Pansonic DX100 and the Main Concepts decoder used by Adobe Premier. Main Concepts Tech Support Emailed new mcdvd_32.dll and problem is fixed.

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    Thanks for posting back. These are the little gems of information which help people who come here and do a forum search.

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