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I have completed an imovie project, looked great there, shared it, used iDVD (set at widescreen, professional quality, total time 99 minutes,3.17 GB) looked great there, burned it to a DVD-R and it plays back blurry, fuzzy.
This is the second time I used iDVD. The first DVD turned out good.
Any suggestions as to what the problem might be this time? I sent it to my desktop from imovie, could that be the problem?
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