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I'm working on this podcast for school. It needs video, and I didn't think to do it in iMovie. Is there any way to keep the video quality up and in a normal configuration? Right now, it's really low-quality and square.
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Try using a different software to make the movie, IMovie ant that good in quality and picture.
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