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WednesfieldFCLadies01

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Im attempting my first Video on PD9. Its football interseeded with photos.As im adding my clips to the time line & editing them,is the video in the preview screen going to be the same quality as the finished video??? Im only asking as it looks a little blured as its running through,the colours dont look as bright & the slow-motions look rubbish!!! Am i doing something wrong or will the finished video be much crisper & sharper???

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Dafydd B

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Hi,

Why all the "?"

Please use the Search facility in this forum before posing a question, yours has been asked many times before.

Look for the preview display options - check out the icon buttons under the player. "Preview in the Media Viewer".

Did you read the Read Me guide for new members?
Please visit:
http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/13638.page

Thanks
Dafydd

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1Nina

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I gave you this link during the weekend.
Have you been to watch it?
It might give you clues to the basics of
PD9's interface.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ritZCsHV3hI&feature=youtube_gdata

Go to PDtoots for PowerDirector Tutorials.
My YT channel
petitpoisvideo.com
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Bubba in TX

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Usually, the higher preview resolution you go, the more sluggish you preview gets. So the lower the preview resolution you go, the smoother your preview is, but at the disadvantage of rotten resolution. But that does not have any effect on your rendered project. Just your editing preview.

But now that you have made a good video, you see the difference as your final rendered video normally looks great.

I bounce between high resolution ( I do not have the HD options as I am 32 bit) and normal depending on how much movement I have put in the project. Normally I put in a LOT of movement objects.

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WednesfieldFCLadies01

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Thanks to everyone for the replies. I Have finished my first PD9 video & i have to say im really impressed with the finished video & PD9! The quality is superb, the clips run seamlessly & the effects look brilliant! Check out my finished video,please bear in mind its my first attempt!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDjXy1IoA14

Cyberlink PowerDirector12 Ultra 64bit.

Alienware 18, 4th Gen intel Core i7, Windows 8.1

Apple iMac G5, 9 Years old & slow as a snail!!!

Sony HDR-CX360VE

Sony Cyber-Shot DSCW200.

Nikon D7100.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ360.
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