It's difficult to pinpoint the problem without more information.Quote:> I captured a video clip
> from an analog Camcorder
> via my Geforce 4600
> graphics card as an avi
> file. The captured picture
> in VS 7 looks fine but if
> I replay the captured clip
> the persons movements created
> line distortions.
However, it might be your project FIELD ORDER settings need to be
You might try experimenting with FIELD ORDER A or FIELD ORDER B and
see if there's an improvement.
> It's difficult to pinpoint the problem without more information.
> However, it might be your project FIELD ORDER settings need to be
> You might try experimenting with FIELD ORDER A or FIELD ORDER B and
> see if there's an improvement.
> Jerry Jones
There you should see a FRAME TYPE drop down list.
One can select FRAME-BASED - if the project will be displayed on
computer monitors only.
One can select FIELD ORDER A - if one is using an OHCI compliant IEEE
1394 controller card.
One can select FIELD ORDER B - if one is using a different type of
capture board that specifies this option.
Hi, I recently got a scanner and tried scanning some pictures from a
catalog (Smith and
Hawken if it matters) and noticed that the pixels?/color dots? (sorry
this is all new to
me) seem even more apparent in the scan. Now for pictures of things
like people I
guess one could use something like a gaussian <sp?> blur but the things
are things like flower arrangements which working on with the blur tool
likely be the death of me. I have gimp (fairly recent but I can get the
newest if need be)
and have easy access to Photoshop 5. Any help here would be greatly
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