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imovie 09 video image quality after import


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Hello,

I recently upgraded to iLife 09 from 08 and I am trying to make my first movie.

I have imported video footage from our Sony Super SteadyShot HD-SR12 video camera shooting in SD at HQ.

The image quality, quite frankly, is extremely poor (looks like it was shot on a mobile phone) when compared to how it looks on the camera and linked up to a television.

I am really disheartened as I want to make a high quality movie about our baby.

Can anyone suggest a way to improve the image quality? Is it something we are doing wrong or missing out?

Any advice greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance
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