Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 11 Niggle

  RobCharles1981 15:19 06 Dec 09

Hi Guys

Any tips on what to do here?

I'm making a DVD Project, and when when I'm adding my DVD tittle menu and I want to put a background picture (Jpeg) in Which I scanned in via a photo it just shows up in "Black"

Have you had this problem and if so how did you overcome it?



  RobCharles1981 17:26 06 Dec 09


  Technotiger 17:28 06 Dec 09

If you save the scanned photo into your My Pictures folder, you should be able to drag and drop into your project.

  RobCharles1981 17:48 06 Dec 09

No I have a seperate folder, Pinnacle says to reduce the file size and it works, but I'm trying to suss out how I would full it in as a background image.

  woodchip 19:06 06 Dec 09

try looking menu for import pictures

  RobCharles1981 19:06 06 Dec 09

click here

This is what I got.

I went into the title editer on the menu and "Background" Images I want this image to fill the background.

  RobCharles1981 19:12 06 Dec 09

nothing there woodchip

  RobCharles1981 00:36 07 Dec 09


Looking at the project info here

Its Pal Standard 720x576 if that means anything to you ???



  RobCharles1981 11:28 07 Dec 09

Lazarus The 2nd


The Scanner/Copier I have is the Epson DX8400

The Resolution I'm scanning this photo is at 300dpi and going to now try and scan it in 960 x 540 and 640 x 480

This one come in now at 540 x 392

The Second - 480 x 348

Which software is good to bump up the images?

Adoboe Photoshop Elements 7.0 go obviously open the image and then "Image Resize" What numbers do I enter in the boxes?

  RobCharles1981 11:34 07 Dec 09

Oh Dam I wish this forum had an "Edit Your Facilty"

Forgot to add

I have a backgrounds folder and Backgrounds 6 x 9 I tried to resize those pictures to what you suggested and they are still coming out to small.

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