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Re: Fading overlay image in and out / windows 7 / mm 6 4/4/2014 3:30:20 PM   (Total replies: 2)
I have been using the code to create an overlay over my entire video, but I find I have these thin white borders on the left and right side. No matter what I do, I cannot get rid of them. Why is this occurring when the overlay is same ratio as the output video? And more importantly, how can I prevent this from occurring again?

Re: Fading overlay image in and out / windows 7 / mm 6 4/6/2014 4:06:06 PM   (Total replies: 1)
It's okay, I just worked it out. The code I was using was downloaded from Blaine's Movie Maker Blog, and within it was the line... <Param name="ResizingTechnique" value="KeepVerticalConstant"/> I just changed the value so it became... <Param name="ResizingTechnique" value="KeepHorizontalConstant"/> And it's been perfect ever since. I'm guessing since the value was set to vertical, the program didn't know to stretch the overlay over the final pixels on either edge. Changing it so ...

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