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Shane Ross
Re: psd files look like garbage when importing into fcp
on Dec 2, 2005 at 11:30:42 am

#2 Playback is blurry

Shane's Stock Answer #2:

ONLY JUDGE THE QUALITY OF YOUR MATERIAL ON AN EXTERNAL NTSC MONITOR, OR AT LEAST A TV.

1. Disable overlays on the canvas
2. Make sure you've rendered everything (no green bars at the top of the timeline

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=24787

DV footage requires large amounts of data and many computations. In order to maintain frame rate and be viewable at a normal size, only about one-fourth of the DV data is used in displaying the movie to the screen. However, the DV footage is still at full quality, and is best viewed thru a TV or NTSC monitor routed thru your camera or deck.

And putting any graphic into a DV timeline instantly compresses it 5:1...that is the nature of DV.


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