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    Default Ulead VS8 - cropping to eliminate flickering at the bottom?

    Hi!
    Is there a way to crop in Ulead Video Studio 8 the capture from analog camcorder in order to eliminate the flickering on the bottom of the screen? It could be perfect if possible to crop to exact 4:3 format!

    Thanx in advance!

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    Nope, no moving paths or resizing tools in Video Studio 8 I'm afraid
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    Meanwhile I found out that the overscan should not be visible when the rendered footage is viewed on TV. In opposite to this statement the flickering is still visible on the bottom of the TV screen when using the TV-out of my videocard! Does that mean the overscan "dissapears" only when the footage is transferred to DVD and played on a stand-alone player?

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    Depends on a number of factors including the source video, the TV being used etc. In my experience the over scanning disappears when played on a TV in over 90% of cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolobg
    Meanwhile I found out that the overscan should not be visible when the rendered footage is viewed on TV. In opposite to this statement the flickering is still visible on the bottom of the TV screen when using the TV-out of my videocard! Does that mean the overscan "dissapears" only when the footage is transferred to DVD and played on a stand-alone player?
    Some graphics cards have an overscan option...

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