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Roxio Hd Pro Quality Problem.

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hey guys

 

Today i got my roxio hd pro and i already saw some video's of the hd pro on youtube and it was insane quality so i started recording and a bit editing and finally rendering. The rendering was done so i uploaded it to youtube and my quality was really bad. so here is the link to my video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yV_D4dWv5R0

really bad quality. and here is the video i saw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDahu3Je2TU

 

so now my question is can someone help me with getting better quality settings?

 

thank you!

Insomniac.

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AVCHD 1920x1080 60i was for export

my profile when recorded was hd 1080i and bit rate was 15000, didn't change anything to contrast or brightness, maybe thats the problem?

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I would think those settings would would give you good quality, and probably a pretty big file. My concern was that you may have gone to lower settings to reduce the output file size, which it doesn't look like you've done. At this point, I'll hope that someone else jumps in with some suggestions.

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Nothing concrete but the uploaded file on YouTube is HD, 1080...

 

The only thing that Fits the scenero here is as Dave suggested - somewhere you captured or otherwise did an Export As to a lower quality before your final upload to YouTube in HD...

 

TRY another but make sure you capture at HD and keep it at HD throughout its' trip to YouTube ;)

 

Let us know!

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if you use the bundled videowave, when exporting set it to "same as source" (or something similar, my software is in dutch =_=") this generally works best, unless your video is over 1 hour long... for some reason, anything past 1 hour in this setting ends up with the wrong resolution and aspect ratio. at least, that's what happened with me.

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