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  Reply # 290741 17-Jan-2010 20:03
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Damager: Don't think ffdshow is the problem by the sounds of it. Are there any video preferences in movie maker to adjust the video/color settings?

Good quality video on YT. Hopefully you can sort the color issue.



Ohok @ ffdshow. Well you would think the preferences or options of movie maker would help with this but unfortunately this is all they give us in the options menu:

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The only thing wrong with me using this program is the colour. Everything else looks really good. Its simple and easy to use (lol i sound like an info-mercial).

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  Reply # 290751 17-Jan-2010 21:49
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there are a bunch of special effects you can apply to movies - perhaps you indavertently selected one of these? They're on the "visual effects" toolbar




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  Reply # 290753 17-Jan-2010 22:28
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Yep I've already checked the Visual Effects options and whether I have made that type of error but that's not the case. Do you think maybe it could be the .VOB file? Because I only dragged the .VOB file to the program and not the other files:



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  Reply # 291115 19-Jan-2010 09:59
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no, the IFO files contain the menu and chapter information normally, not any video stream data. not sure what is going wrong here.




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  Reply # 291286 19-Jan-2010 20:14
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Hey Regs thanks so much for your help!

Is there another program similar to Windows Live Movie Maker that anyone knows of? :-?

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  Reply # 291341 19-Jan-2010 23:44
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nzlady: Hey Regs thanks so much for your help!

Is there another program similar to Windows Live Movie Maker that anyone knows of? :-?


there are tons of other options.  perhaps you should go check out http://www.videohelp.com/author for lots of guides.  there is even a link there entitled "how to put multiple dvds on a single dvd" using software called womble easydvd (which is free for the first 30 days...)




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