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When I render my videos with video wave to make the quality better it renders them just fine when i click preview but then when I close the rendering tab down, no change has come over the actual production. I do not know what I am doing wrong, please may somebody explain, ASAP.

 

 

 

 

 

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When I render my videos with video wave to make the quality better it renders them just fine when i click preview but then when I close the rendering tab down, no change has come over the actual production. I do not know what I am doing wrong, please may somebody explain, ASAP.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Sam :)

 

Rendering? Do you mean when you output the production to a video file? You aren't going to get better quality than the quality of your original video file.

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Rendering? Do you mean when you output the production to a video file? You aren't going to get better quality than the quality of your original video file.

But I've seen people on youtube putting it into 720p when the original clip was only 480p and I saved it into a different file when I was changing output files and then when i tried to open that file it said that it was corrupt or something.

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But I've seen people on youtube putting it into 720p when the original clip was only 480p and I saved it into a different file when I was changing output files and then when i tried to open that file it said that it was corrupt or something.

 

Changing from 480p to 720p does not improve quality, in fact the quality may be even poorer.

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