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Jul 28, 2019

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Thanks for your prompt response.

I have done as you advised and I have managed to burn a DVD as well as an ISO image.

Just one small point. On the disc preview all the stop and start markers work fine but when I burn the DVD some of the scene markers are showing a couple of frames from the previous clip. Why is this? I have placed the scene markers a couple of frames from the beginning of the clip so I don't understan why this happens. Is there an optimum place to put the scene marker so that it doesn't show a frame from the previous clip?

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Don

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Preview is repeating few frames after burning DVD Premiere Elements 13

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Thanks for your prompt response.

I have done as you advised and I have managed to burn a DVD as well as an ISO image.

Just one small point. On the disc preview all the stop and start markers work fine but when I burn the DVD some of the scene markers are showing a couple of frames from the previous clip. Why is this? I have placed the scene markers a couple of frames from the beginning of the clip so I don't understan why this happens. Is there an optimum place to put the scene marker so that it doesn't show a frame from the previous clip?

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Don

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Hi Don,

I am glad that with @Steve Grisetti's advice you were able to fix your first issue. However, I am branching this discussion separately as this is a second concern that you have. It will make it easier for our experts to help you better.

  • Do you get the same preview when you export the file and save it on your computer instead of burning a DVD with it?

Thanks,

Shivangi

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I haven't tried saving it to a file just a DVD.

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Beyond Shivangi's suggestion, I would suspect that this is related to our source video.

Did your original video come from a camcorder?

Some modern formats -- particularly phone video that uses H.265 compression or variable frame rate -- could produce this issue in older versions of the program. We can explore that if you'd like.

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The original video is from DVDs, which are made up of analogue camcorder footage.

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Did you use Premiere Elements to rip the files from your disc or did you use a different program? Was your source video still in the VOB format when you added it to your project?

Also, we're assuming the DVD was a home-burned disc and that you're not ripping video from a commercial, copy-protected DVD.

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Yes I used Premiere Elements to rip the files from the DVDs ( there was more than one) and the source video was still in VOB format when I added it to the project.

They are home-burned discs not commercial ones.

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Sorry I have no idea what's going on, don.

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Thanks for trying anyway. It's not critiical as the DVD is just a back up of some of my camcorder tapes. I was just curious as to why the break up didn't occur on the preview.

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