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Help Please: Problem with Cyberlink PowerDIrector 8

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Morning Guys, I'm having a problem with creating a good quality video. I have a HD video camera so the files are filmed in HD. I have these stored on my pc. I have imported them to Cyberlink. When I a… Read More
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Morning Guys, I'm having a problem with creating a good quality video. I have a HD video camera so the files are filmed in HD. I have these stored on my pc. I have imported them to Cyberlink. When I and produce the video and play it back the quality is no where as good as the original file. I have selected the correct settings (I think) but now im stuck. Any help would be apreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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What format are you exporting the final cut in?
If you're shooting in HD (720p or 1080p/i) you should outputting in the same format. If you're ending up with an avi or mov file (for example), that's your problem. . .
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The camcorder records as AVCHD recording in 1920x1080

When i click produce to export to file or dvd ive tried MPEG-2, AVC and .MOV settings.

Even the file which saves as AVCHD the quality is poor.( When I say poor its good but not HD quality.

All give about the same quality - none as good as the original file from the camcorder.
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Ok, so you're recording in 1920x1080. What's the output res ?

Are you grading the footage? or applying any fx over the whole piece?

DVD and .mov aren't HD so you'll see a drop in quality if you use either of those.
Are you using codec's supplied with the Cyberlink package or your own? And can you tweek them ?

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