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Poor video quality

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While editing an MPEG movie the video quality in the video window looks just fine but after I produce the movie, the picture quality becomes so light that you can't see people's faces.

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While editing an MPEG movie the video quality in the video window looks just fine but after I produce the movie, the picture quality becomes so light that you can't see people's faces.

 

What procedure are you using to produce the "movie"?

 

Is it too light on your computer or on a stand alone DVD player? Are you doing any video color adjustments in VideoWave?

 

Have you ever calibrated your computer monitor? You might want to try this. I have not used it because I do use a colorimeter to set up the screen for best viewing and printing. If you have something like Photo Shop, there is an Adobe Gamma program to set the monitor.

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What procedure are you using to produce the "movie"?

 

Is it too light on your computer or on a stand alone DVD player? Are you doing any video color adjustments in VideoWave?

 

Have you ever calibrated your computer monitor? You might want to try this. I have not used it because I do use a colorimeter to set up the screen for best viewing and printing. If you have something like Photo Shop, there is an Adobe Gamma program to set the monitor.

 

Must have been a glitch in the program, I re-tried the entire process from scratch and it worked just fine.

 

Thank you

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