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Jumpy Images

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by klnlsu, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. klnlsu

    klnlsu Member

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    I am new to trying to burn my home video movies from my digital camera to DVD. I have a Sony digital camera and am using Nero to capture to DVD. It burns onto the DVD without a hitch, however, when I play back the DVD, the images are jumpy. It's like watching it on my computer. HELP!!! I've tried everything I know. Anyone got any suggestions?
     
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    bombayboy Regular member

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    hi,
    how many pixels does ur camera have?
     
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    To show how stupid I am, I didn't realize that the video camera had pixels. It's a Sony TRV340. It takes great video footage when it's played back onto the TV but I can't burn good footage onto the DVD.
     
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    Jerry746 Senior member

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    Depending on what type file you ended up with on your HD, they may need converted to proper DVD format before you burn them. Nero Vision Express can do most conversions.
    You should also be sure you are using good quality blank media. Cheap/poor quality blanks cause all kinds of playback problems.

    Jerry
     

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