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Loss of TIFF resolution in iMovie


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Running iMovie '08 on OSX 10.5.6.

I have some images that are originally .INDD files and have been converted to .TIFF. As my final project will be a 720p projection, I have made certain that the images are 1280X720 pixels.

When I attempt to share the movie to the Media Browser, my highest available resolution is 960X540.

Any thoughts about why this might be happening?
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iMovie doesn't support 720p as an edit format, only 1080 and that 1/2 resolution at 540. I'd suggest editing at 1080 and then use the export function to export it to 720.

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