How do you correct for loops
Thursday, July 11, 2019 by joeKnowledge | Discussion: Animated Wallpapers
Hello out there in Wincustoland!
Hope everyone is having a great day. I was wondering for those of you who used videos to make loops for Dreamscape, how to you get the ends to match up?
For me I split the video in half, move the last half to the front and use a transition (adorage) to fuse the two together.
I figured since the split part should just auto match up there shouldn't be a problem because the new end of the video was originally cut from the new beginning... but I seem to always have a studder! So frustrating
I take off frames and still studder. Add frames and still studder. what am I doing wrong?
I save it as a windows media file in the hopes it plays well with windows
My computer is 10 years old so that may be a factor. I'm using Corel VideoStudio x10. I do notice on my faster (but 8 year old Dell XPS 12) laptop the studder isn't as visible (but still there). I save it as a windows media file... is that the issue? Something else?
Any help is appreciated.
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