Er, this should be all of them!Originally Posted by Crumbs
I've not used Ulead products but my guess is that after applying an effect you may have fogotten to render the effect out which is why the quality is reduced. This is what I get using Adobe Premiere Pro. Maybe Ulead is the same.
I'm a fan of Adobe s/w and would happily recommend it. However, I suspect you'll will be better off solving your problem with the Ulead s/w rather than spend more money.