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  1. Hello, I been trying out Sony'svideo editor Movie Studio Platinum 13 (not Final Cut Pro) for some of my gaming content videos.
    Its still on trial version as I want to solve this problem before I buy it.

    I noticed that in both the preview and finalized video that sometimes the video footage gets distorted, and causes some strange pixelization occurs at, and I have no idea what is causing it or how to fix it. I recorded the gameplay footage using D3Dgear, AVI2 (OpenDML) format and video codec set to Fast MPEG-4 Version 2 Codec, and the video was set to render using default settings for a Window Media Video file.

    Here is a link to a screenshot with the corrupted video after editor rendered it.
    http://imgur.com/CsHPUGu,OaXRXby#0

    and here is one from the same scene using the original video before using it in the editor.
    http://imgur.com/CsHPUGu,OaXRXby#1
    Last edited by needoriginalname; 31st Aug 2014 at 21:13. Reason: typo
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Please don't cross post. One thread is enough. I removed your other thread.
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  3. Member TreeTops's Avatar
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    Your computer specs are incomplete. What model of Ideapad? Some models are tablets and don't have enough power to run Movie Studio 13
    Inside Every Older Person Is A Younger Person Wondering What The Hell Happened.
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  4. Its not a tablet, its a full laptop.

    Intel Core i7 processor running at 2.00 GHZ, 2.5 GHz
    8 GB ram
    64-bit operating sytem.
    Its GPU is a GeFOrce 610M
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    Movie Studio either supports your source video, or it doesn't. They don't support every possible codec.

    Try something like free Cineform to convert it, if need be, or install a good free codec pack like K-Lite.
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