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    Default Image quality on full screen

    Hello

    I film using a Sony DCR-HC51 camera (SD format) on Mini-DV and capture to Première Pro CS4. However since moving Windows XP to Windows 7 (64 bit) I've noticed (although I'm not sure this is the primary factor) that when I display the film in full screen that there the definition is quite poor (pixels are visible). How can I determine the cause or is this normal?

    I have two Nvidia 9500 GT video cards and 12 Gb of memory and capture to a Matrox RTX2 (SD) which should work well. My question really is, could this simply be due simply to the fact that I'm in SD format?

    Regards

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    This is a very difficult question to answer without knowing all about your hardware, software, render settings etc....

    When you upgraded from XP to Windows 7, did you get a new monitor ? could that be the reason ?

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    sir its good one really

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    image quality is very good on the screen.

    Screed a floor

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