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Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by gipo, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. gipo

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    I successfully copied my recording onto the pc using windows movie maker. Have them saved as avi files and the total length is about 2hrs 20mins but hoping to get it down to 2hrs. After I have edited I want to be able to convert so as to copy to dvd. When I want to save to my computer for to be able to copy to dvd which way do I save it as i.e. "high quality video pal" etc.etc. Would I be able to fit this on to one dvd5 or what is the best way to do this.
     
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    when i preview a clip or the whole project from the storyboard in the avi file the film is a bit jerky and/or the sound is not of great quality, why is this and will this be the end product on the dvd?
     
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    Well I'm sure windows movie maker doesn't help and how good is:

    1. the original film quality
    2. the capture card
    3. how good is your pc (P4 and >1G RAM)?

    Try doing a 5 minute clip and test it- if it looks bad change your settings and retry until it gets better.

    Did you look at the articles on videohelp?
     

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