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    Default canon hfs 10 to pc quality lost help

    Hi im new to this forum!

    forgive me if this question has already been asked.

    I have a canon hfs 10.
    So i shot a couple of shots and i want to import them into my pc.

    i just linked my camcorder to my pc browsed in the files of the camcorder and dropped my shots onto my computer.

    when i play them back i notice there is quality lost, is this normal? am i doing something wrong the way i import them ? should i convert them to another kind of format?

    I need to know this info because im filming a movie and i would like to keep the highest quality to the original as possible.

    thank you

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    What is the quality loss compared with. A 3" screen and a 20" screen. It's the same file so technically there can not be any quality loss. What was the resolution that you shot. ie 1280 x 720 25fps progressive. 1920 x 1080 25fps interlaced ?

    What is the nature of the "quality loss". blocky detail ? fuzzy edges ? You could be seeing interlace artifacts because you are viewing the video on a progressive screen.

    Having read back what I've written it sounds very patronising sorry it's not meant to be.

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