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I made my first iMovie movie today. I shot with my Sony TRV900 and transfered to iMovie without issue. However, when I exported and burned to DVD, I noticed that the quality was far from the raw footage on tape. How do I increase the quality so it's close what I would get if I played the DV tape directly from the camcorder?
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