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    Whenever I put images in final cut and export them, the quality of the images look utter garbage. The pictures im taking are 2848X4288. Whatever Frame Size I make and whenver i Export them, the images doesnt look as sharp.

    Could anyone suggest that I do something so I can keep the same quality of pictures?

    thanks!

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    You will loose quality for many reasons.

    Video streams are 758x576 or 720 x 1280 or 1920 x 1080.

    Also video is compressed more than stills.

    With monitors typically being 1600x1024 i dont see the need for vastly higher pixel count.

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    Like Mark says - even full HD doesn't have half the quality that your original source files do. Nothing you can do about that.

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