Nikon D200 | Nikon 10.5 | Nodal Ninja 5L | PW 5 | TW 3
Select "Export Video"
Select "MPEG Format" and change to MPEG2. You will notice that the Width and Height boxes unlock. Type in 720 and 480. Deselect "Use original document size"
change Frame Rate to 29.97
and then go. Take the file and put it into your favorite NLE and change to widescreen, add sound, sharpen if necessary, save out as AVI (I prefer Huffy) and then put into the DVD encoder of your choice. Hope this helps.
Quote: Originally posted by DaMan on October-26-2007AVI output is the way to go! Absolutly the only option for me, Thats why I have never advertised this (Putting the movie on a DVD) option. Honestly what do you think the end user is going to do with the dvd? There sure not going to play it on their 14 inch laptop screen - there gonna pop that baby in thier DVD player hooked up to their new 60 inch WIDESCREEN (14:9) 1080 p(or)i TV
Lets hear from everyone on this PLEASE!
In my opinion in that moment the mode should change automatically to normal view (or full screen viewer mode - depending on earlier mode)
You can position the pop up window by adjusting the code in the link for the pop up.
It uses the window.open method which supports a top, left property.
Here is what the generated code produces
Change the top=0 to top=yournumber and the same with left.
I have noticed in previous versions and 3.0 version of Tour Weaver that when you click on a thumb image to view a scene there is a long delay. These delays go away after a few minutes in 3.0 but persisted in previous versions. There needs to be some acknowledgement that a thumb image has been clicked and to wait a moment for the scene to load. To the end user it appears the thumb buttons don't work.
Using the hand pointer for the curser over the thumbnail image instead of using the standard mouse curser would be more professional.