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Dan8644 [Avatar]
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I'm getting a brief screen with the video file name when I render video. Is there a way to remove this?
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JL_JL [Avatar]
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Quote I'm getting a brief screen with the video file name when I render video. Is there a way to remove this?

Very unlikely it's in the PD rendering of your timeline, it's more than likely a setting in your playback utility, whatever it may be.

Jeff
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ynotfish
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Hi Dan -

As Jeff suggests, some media players (by default) display the file name briefly at the start of playback.

e.g. The file name will be shown If you're using:


  • Windows Films & TV

  • VLC Player

  • Windows Media Player

  • Pot Player

  • GOM Player

  • 5K Player



... but not with these media players:


  • MPC-HC

  • Windows Photos

  • DiVX Player



Cheers - Tony
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Mark4321 [Avatar]
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Quote Hi Dan -

As Jeff suggests, some media players (by default) display the file name briefly at the start of playback.

e.g. The file name will be shown If you're using:


  • Windows Films & TV

  • VLC Player

  • Windows Media Player

  • Pot Player

  • GOM Player

  • 5K Player



... but not with these media players:


  • MPC-HC

  • Windows Photos

  • DiVX Player



Cheers - Tony


The brief filename display for the VLC Player can be disabled. Tools => Preferences => Subtitles/OSD => uncheck "Show media title on video start"
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