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Troubles with slideshow using Nero 9

 
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Aug 26, 2009 09:11 |  #1

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Ive been trying to use Nero Vision, in Nero 9, to make a photo slideshow. Everything goes good, till I preview it. Its making all my pictures blurry:mad: Anyone have any idea why this is?

Ive contacted Nero, and they sent me this huge list of questions I need to answer, which I will later when I get home, but was wondering if anyone has expeirenced this before?


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Aug 27, 2009 19:30 |  #2

Video is 640/720 pixels by 480, no photo is going to look great re-sized to that. Its one of the prices to pay until you move to HD at 1920*1080, you get a lot more pixels to fill so any photos will look a lot better.


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Aug 28, 2009 11:59 |  #3

phreezone wrote in post #8535206 (external link)
Video is 640/720 pixels by 480, no photo is going to look great re-sized to that. Its one of the prices to pay until you move to HD at 1920*1080, you get a lot more pixels to fill so any photos will look a lot better.

Nero support wrote me back saying the jpegs are being transcoded to mpg1 or 2, so thats part of the problem. Im not quite sure I understand what you are saying about moving to HD. I got it to work where only 2 photo's being loaded in would look fine, but adding more after that would turn them blurry.

Is there another program I can use to make slideshows that are burnable to cd/dvd and able to be played on dvd players, or at least computers?


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