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Does anyone know why pics, when I put them in iMovie, are extremely low quality? Is there any way to correct this? Is this only in preview mode?

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I have the same problem
How can I keep the resolution of pics?
Iphoto '04 does it very well but it doesn't have as many features as iMovie
what about iPhoto '05? it seams to work like iMovie '04
What about Quicktime Pro? does it work like iMovie? does it keep pic's resolution?
is it better than iMovie?
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Video is 640x480.
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