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Qualitätsverlust beim Import von DV-Dateien?

Loss of quality when importing of DV files?



Frage von Andy33615:
Oktober 2008

Hello!

I have with iMovie HD video in DV format (Pal-Resolution16: 9), then the hard drive of my PC.
The Windows Media Player still shows a good picture.
If I use the video, however, with Magix video open, revealed a significantly worse picture: the colors are faded and the picture is not as sharp.
If I use the video as AVI (uncompressed) export and with Media Player or iMovie open, remains the poor quality.

My question: is the software is bad or when I must have something Im-/Exportieren note?

Gruß, Andreas



Antwort von Markus73:

"Andy33615" wrote:
[...]
If I use the video, however, with Magix video open, revealed a significantly worse picture: the colors are faded and the picture is not as sharp.

Then you see the video so synonymous in the preview monitor for which there are about 100 controls on the actual video quality, says nothing.

Quote:
If I use the video as AVI (uncompressed) export and with Media Player or iMovie open, remains the poor quality.


You should see if the original format and remain as a DV-AVI export with the option "Smart rendering" enabled. What you aim with "uncompressed AVI?

Quote:
My question: is the software is bad

Surely not, no.

Regards,
Markus



Antwort von Andy33615:

"Markus73" wrote:
Then you see the video so synonymous in the preview monitor for which there are about 100 controls on the actual video quality, says nothing.


That's what I already thought synonymous. That's why I kind of test again exported.
Have still not geschnallt, as I have the video monitor the full Resolutionhinbekomme. Right click (on the monitor), resolution, presets and then Pal 16:9 (1024x576) was my first attempt - but there's no use.

Where can I as yet what settings?

"Markus73" wrote:

You should see if the original format and remain as a DV-AVI export with the option "Smart rendering" enabled. What you aim with "uncompressed AVI?


Sorry, look at the dozens of formats not yet quite through - am Beginners. ;-)
I wanted the video so naturally, as it is - so the format is not changed.
Have it as a DV / AVI export (file has the extension. AVI).
The Resolutionist but lower, although there is: Resolution720x576.

Where can I enable smart-rendering? (still not even know what that is). Have such an option has not yet been found.

Perhaps I have but when you import into Mgix something wrong. Do I perhaps synonymous to note any settings?

Gruß, Andreas








Antwort von CommiXV:

Hi,

smart rendering when you export you can tick :-)




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