I have a slideshow with about 40 images in it.
They all have a transition dip to black and most have some sort of pan or zoom.
My problem is that any area of white in the picture is burning out horribly when the DVD is burned. If i playt the transcoded M2v files that are created i can see that the burning out is present there, but i can't figure out how to get Encore to transcode the m2v's in a way that stops this.
Any help would be massively appreciated.
Just confirm that this is a DVD slideshow created in Encore; not a video slideshow you have imported. Does the problem show if you create a 2 to 3 slide project?
What format are the slides? (psd, jpg,tiff; color depth; rgb rather than cmyk, etc)
I don't recall this issue before; it certainly shouldn't happen.
Its created in Encore, imported jpg's (although i have tried with png too) to create a slideshow. It seems to happen no matter what i do, which is why i ended up looking at the Nvidia control panel. There was some sort of brightness correction overriding the media players (although im on a dual screen setup, only one monitor seemed to be affected by this option, weird), turning it off has stopped the issue on my monitor. The TV was never as bad, but it's noticable enough. Im going to have to assume it's just an unfortunate coincedence that my monitor and TV both had/have some sort of option turned on thats causing the issue.