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    Hello All

    When i first used this version i was surprised how easy it was to use. It kinda reminds me of imovie. However, when i review the my footage that i haev captured to the computer it looks like the quality is poor. I made sure i captured the video with DV quality. It also takes up about 15 gigs, so i do not know what is wrong. When i play it full screen it doesnt look very good at all.

    Could it me something to do with my hardware. I am using p4 2.0 gig, 1 gig ram, Firewire and a digital camcorder

    Please help, thanks

    Henrik

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    Hi! Could you describe what exactly is it that dissapoints you about your result? Is it by chance horizontal lines, as described in FAQ 1?

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    It just looks grainy, like the quality cannot handle being show on a full size screen.

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    Is the footage good quality when you play the recording directly from the camcorder to the TV monitor?

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