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    Default The neen for speed is now need for help with rendering.

    Can any one tell me what are "in their opinion" the best rendering settings for creating a dvd to play in a dvd player through the TV and what are the best settings for playing off the hard drive through powerDVD 6.
    I ask because all my rendered projects with PP2 thus far have contained drag, jitter, camera shake and blurring, none of which were on the captured footage.
    I love the software but to get knocked back after each rendering is very frustrating and has me reaching for the lump hammer.

    Brus

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    Default Re: The neen for speed is now need for help with rendering.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brus
    Can any one tell me what are "in their opinion" the best rendering settings for creating a dvd to play in a dvd player through the TV and what are the best settings for playing off the hard drive through powerDVD 6.
    I ask because all my rendered projects with PP2 thus far have contained drag, jitter, camera shake and blurring, none of which were on the captured footage.
    I love the software but to get knocked back after each rendering is very frustrating and has me reaching for the lump hammer.

    Brus
    Shouted before I was hurt, I have found a set of settings that have eliminated all of the above problems, so no help is needed on this subject.
    Brus

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    I am using Premiere Elements 2.0 and have the jitter and drag issues you mentioned, but have not been able to eliminate. The raw footage from my JVC Everio MG50 doesn't suffer from any of these problems and video rendered in other software (moviemaker, cyberlink, etc.) works fine. However, Premiere has the features and interface I prefer, so I'd like to work this out.

    Would you mind sharing your solution?

    Thanks,

    Ken

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    Give us a rundown of the spec of your computer and tell us if you are using a desktop pc or laptop?

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    Intel Pentium D 2.8
    2GB RAM
    WD 250GB SATA-II HDD

    Windows XP Pro w/SP2

    I would think the hardware would be sufficient.

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