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Re: Output pixelated/ghosting
Reply #3 - 03.02.2020 at 10:28:16
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First try to select FFmpeg Splitting Engine with "Direct stream copy from keyframe" profile.

What format of you source media file?
  

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Re: Output pixelated/ghosting
Reply #2 - 03.02.2020 at 09:56:08
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Hello,
I'm using the "All Def" ( reset all to software defaults) look at the attached file.
Can you please walk me through on how to get the output without ghosting and pixelated?
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Re: Output pixelated/ghosting
Reply #1 - 03.02.2020 at 08:58:57
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Hello,

There is typo in FAQ. All three questions 4-6 leads to same answer - it is OK, but only one question shown before this answer - there should be three questions.
Any way - answer number 4 is a correct answer on your question.
Looks like you use split result type and want to select codecs and engine for splitting.
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Output pixelated/ghosting
01.02.2020 at 20:28:28
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The help file under FAQ, items 5 and 6 points to nowhere.
I'm trying to find why my output clips are pixelating/ghosting. The original does not.
Any idea on how to config the application to handle this problem?
  
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