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- June 25, 2011 at 6:33 AM #47372Moab ManParticipant
Thought this could be useful for all you Avid Studio users. And since there isn’t an Avid Studio forum this was the closest relative so I hope this helps. It may apply to Pinnacle Studio 15 as well.
I work with green-screen and probably about a total of 6 layers on average. IF I export to DVD the quality is really poor and the person in front of the green-screen has a purple glow. The glow is not there when I play the project while working in AS. To get a near flawless video quality DVD I have to do the following (maybe this will help others seriouslydisappointedin DVD export quality).
1. Export the file as an AVCHD at its highest quality
2. Start a new project
3. Bring the AVCHD file into AS
4. Export to DVD
I was never happy with the DVD export quality with other projects. BUT, working with green screen the export quality flaws are completelyunusable. I would suggest giving this little trick a try, you may not realize how much quality is being lost.
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