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SOME PICTURES BLURRY AFTER PUBLISHING A VIDEO

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Peter Jackson
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I put together a show that is 13 minutes long.  It has 185 slides.  There are several small videos throughout the show.

When I publish the show, some of the high res pics rendered blurry.  I have been publishing to "video file, 4K."  I have used 30 FPS high quality and extreme quality.  I also tried 60  FPS.

 

How do I fix this?


   
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Maggi Derry
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Same here. Also get this sometimes 


   
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Peter Jackson
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@maggiderry 

I seem to have some luck with removing the original picture from the show and then re-adding it.

More work than I want...  Create, publish, review, remove, publish review again!

Is this a bug in the program?
Or am I pulling pics in too fast?
Or.....?


   
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Maggi Derry
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@peter-jackson Yes if i kill the program and restart it - it reverts to the original pic but if i keep it open too long - one picture will always go blurry or do that weird scrambled screen. I haven't had any luck figuring it out


   
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Mark Smathers
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Still a problem without a solution? In July 2023


   
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Robert McMurray
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I've seen this but only during preview, the rendered version has been fine. This problem has been around for a long time but now seems to be affecting the  published version also. I hope they get around to correcting the problem.


   
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Mark Smathers
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@robert-mcmurray In my case the rendered version was also blurry on maybe 5% of pictures. A work around was to closed the program, reboot, then immediately publish the video. Seems to be related to having the program open to long. My computer has 64 gigs ram, fast cards, etc. I will check soon to see if merely closing the program and restarting the program with rebooting will do the trick. 

thanks for the reply,\

Mark


   
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Robert McMurray
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@mark-smathers Glad you found a work around. Have you reported it to Photopia? Just talking about the problem on this forum is a waste of time. No one from Photopia pays attention. The Forum is good for “how do I do this” where other users can help out. For program problems, the more people who report it should get the point across to the developers.


   
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Keith Simonian
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Thanks for the solution Mark. I've had the same problem. 
Sometimes it seems as though the creators of Photopia have never created a large slide show, so they don't see the problems. 


   
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