Image overlay graphics at ViderReDo

mikla

New member
Hello

first of all sorry for my bad English. This is not my native language. I've been using VideoReDo TVSuiteV4 w/H. 264 (4.21.2.665) latest version and am very happy. But, I have a small graphic problem, which could also be due to my graphics card or computer for a long time.

If I want to save for example a section change, the video image--superimposed here black – is often to see the menu as shown in the picture. Since only VideoReDo helps minimize and then maximize every time, then it is back to normal. That was not always so, but long time.

There would be a solution?

Can please someone add a link to the latest final version me, I can't find any. The 665 is yes a beta.

http://250kb.de/u/130720/j/cmSyH0WV1HDc.jpg

Best regards
mikla
 

mikla

New member
Thanks for the reply. I have now VMR7, VMR9 and DirectX and deinterlacing to and tried out, the problem is still there.
Also if I call no menus and even just small minimize VideoReDo, popt at once on the video image and superimposed on the desktop.

Maybe graphics settings?

Uploading an attachment doesn't work for me.

http://250kb.de/u/130720/j/zyMC74zG96vp.jpg
 

Dan203

Senior Developer
Staff member
One more thing to try.... First set the video driver back to VMR7. Next hold Shift and click Tools->Options. That will bring up a hidden list of options. Near the bottom is one called "use windowed mode for VMR drivers". Set that to true and see if that helps at all.

Note: you will need to close VideoReDo and restart it before that change will take effect.
 

mikla

New member
Hi, I have both settings 'use windowed mode for VMR drivers' tried... this did also not help.
After every change I make always a restart of the program.

Best regards
 

Dan203

Senior Developer
Staff member
At this point I would start looking at upgrading your system video driver. Whatever is happening there seems to be related to the movie window not allowing the Save dialog to properly paint. There is nothi specific to VideoReDo that would cause that so it must be a problem with your video driver or video card itself.
 
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