?Hi, really sorry for late

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?Hi, really sorry for late reply, I’ve been swamped with work.

The format is Mpeg but I have a converter so can change to several other formats if I need to. Yeah, there is a red line above my timeline, I tested another piece and the rendering seems to boost the quality back up, though its still not great. Though when I imported the raw footage into After Effects, then rendered it, the image was much higher quality. Not sure why.

I think its a compression issue? So I’m gonna have to figure out?a combination of format and compression rates to get the best results.?I guess I’m just gonna have to be patient and learn the ins and outs of non linear editing.

I’m working towards a Masters Degree in Film, so I have another year of practicing before I need to shoot my submission piece, hopefully I can figure it out by then.

Thanks for the tip, really appreciated.

PS Would upgrading to Premier Pro have an effect of the image quality do you think? As After Effect is pro level software and that had a massive diference on the quality of the footage.

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