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    Default Rendering

    Only the second time I have used Premier Elements - I captured my video footage - did a quick edit to get rid of the crap - no fancy stuff - tried to create the DVD - just stopped dead after a while .... So - I hade the idea of rendering to a single AVI - bought that in as a new project and created the DVD....

    Right my question is that if I now edit that AVI and render to another AVI will I lose quality every time I re-render..

    Many Thanks
    Steve D

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    In short, yes. It might not be too noticble though.
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    Many thanks - I still don't know why it wont make the DVD though!
    Steve D

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