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Thread: Okay to save at high qual. vs. dv-avi?

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    Default Okay to save at high qual. vs. dv-avi?

    My Movie Maker software won't let me save my home movie to my computer (because I only have 1.04 GB and my movie requires 16376 MB) using the dv-avi format. It is going to make a big difference if I use some thing that will work like high quality video NTSC? It's been too long since I did this last, I can't remember how I got around it. Thanks!

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    What format you save in depends really on what you want to do with the finished movie. If it's for DVD, render it out as an mpeg file, if it's for web wmv will do. AVI is uncompressed and is the best quality, but it's up to you to decide what to do.

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    Use a video converter to compress it,recommend you several top softwares:cucusoft xilisoft PQ Imtoo.A video converter will make it
    you can search them with google search of check the web

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