PS. There is no overlaping video, ony sound files.
The timeline in your screen capture is not the timeline of the animation, is it? It would be helpful to see it.
Otherwise, I'm not sure what's up. But if you can't see it in the final videos, it may be nothing to worry about.
I can see it in the final video, otherwise I wouldn't worry about it.
And the image on the screen in PE9 does represent the one in the timeline.
I tried to upload the video but by the time that the quality is reduced by the uploader you can't really see it.
The ghost is a dark gray color not white so if you go through several compressions it disappears, but it's visible in the HD version.
The site doesn't support Photo Bucket so I can't insert the link anyway.
Like I said, I can live with it, but I've done this before and never run into this.
I have done just that frame over and it didn't make any difference.
If we can see a screen capture of your timeline, Mike, we can sometimes see what's going on. It might, for instance, be an opacity issue.
Well I think I solved it by accident.
I was just doing some final tweaking of the video, and I shortened a blank space between where Lucy stops talking and it fades to black before the end title starts by 1 second.
What this means is that, that frame no longer falls at the same point in the video time line.
When I did that the ghost image disappeared, I just output a 1600 by 900 version of the video and there is no ghost.
Weird I have no idea what was going on because I had had this happen when I opened the video in both PE9 and 10.
And I copied in at least 6 different versions of the end clip into that space in different formats, AVI and WMV.
Well alls well that end well, I guess.
Computers can drive you crazy!!!
Thanks for the support.