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Thick Green Line After Movie is Published 3/16/2007 7:41:21 PM   (Total replies: 5)
I've read several different threads now hoping that maybe somewhere I could find the answer to this question but it's not there. My problem is this... I can make a video just fine on WMM no problems whatsoever, but once the video is done being published to my C Drive a mysterious, thick green line shows up and squashes and distorts the video. I have no idea what to do, this particular movie is a rip/burn to my C Drive and it is a wide screen edition. Originally I thought, okay it's doing ...

Re: Thick Green Line After Movie is Published 3/29/2007 12:31:13 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I don't think it can get fixed, I just went ahead and changed a couple of things around so I can publish again without the line. But there's always hope, I'd love it if I could go back to the old way.

Re: Thick Green Line After Movie is Published 3/29/2007 2:08:09 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I save it in DV-AVI format. It turns out to be a huge file, so if you want to or need to shrink it you need to get a conversion program. I use Prism, it's one of the rare few I've been able to find that works with Vista that's really, really easy to use. There are others of course, but to me, they were kind of hard to understand but this one wasn't.

Re: Thick Green Line After Movie is Published 3/29/2007 3:24:38 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Not sure, I never thought about it, so I never tried it. That's a good question though.

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