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    Default Quality of the Video ( Adobe Premiere )

    HI there,

    My first post ..and my first video with Adobe Premiere!!

    I finally finished my project today, I rendered the video, and exported it to watch it and see how it was. I found that the qaulity was bad, so i went back to the project trying to see if there was an option to change the quality of the compresser or anything, but i had no luck.


    I noticed though right when I Drag a Clip from the list and into the bar sequence the quality changed right away.


    I have here a screenshot of what i mean:

    http://img329.imageshack.us/img329/3128/problembx9.jpg

    You can see that on Left side you can read all Numbers and everything looks Streight, but on the right side its all smuged up.


    Any Help would be great. Thanks

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    It would be useful to know what you are doing, project-wise. What settings are you editing in? DV PAL 25fps 720x576?

    The AVI file highlighted in your project window shows the dimensions 640x512 @ 50 fps. This format is alien to me, and possibly to your project settings.

    What are you hoping to produce, output wise? PAL DVD?

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