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16:9 export to avi?

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Basically, when I let Roxio make 16:9 mp4s for me (called "smaller size") for use in a video blog/video podcast feed, they come out "pixely." So I thought I'd try exporting it to an uncompressed AVI and let QT Pro make the .mov file itself.

 

So the question is: what settings should I use for an uncompressed avi? Or... even better... what settings can I put in for an .mp4 that doesn't end up so pixely? Roxio doesn't offer the option to up keyframes, etc. correct?

 

Thanks in advance...

Susan

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Basically, when I let Roxio make 16:9 mp4s for me (called "smaller size") for use in a video blog/video podcast feed, they come out "pixely." So I thought I'd try exporting it to an uncompressed AVI and let QT Pro make the .mov file itself.

 

So the question is: what settings should I use for an uncompressed avi? Or... even better... what settings can I put in for an .mp4 that doesn't end up so pixely? Roxio doesn't offer the option to up keyframes, etc. correct?

 

Thanks in advance...

Susan

 

I talked to QT just a couple of days ago and they suggested that a DV format would be the best to start with to make a mov file. I tried the DV to H264 conversion in EMC 9 and I didn't see anything better than with a high quality wmv file. QT Pro may be different.

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