So I'm having problems. I'm attempting to make an jiu jitsu instructional tape for my friend to sell to fund his return trip to Brazil for more training. We recorded the techniques with a sony handycam on standard quality. The videos look a little pixelated, so my first question is how to fix that so when they are burned to dvd in dvd format, they are high quality. My second question is a little more complex. As the day of shooting wore on, the sun got low enough that it was coming in through the windows. This put the camera in direct bright sunlight, and the subjects in the shade. This seemed to result in a loss of focus, and the videos shot later in the day are a little blurry. This is especially noticeable when it is put on the tv. Shooting is exhausting work for him, since he has to demonstrate the techniques from different angles, and we shot 27 techniques in one day. So if there is any way to fix this so we don't have to reshoot, that would be great. The programs we have between the two of us are Cyberlink 7, Adobe Premiere Elements 7, and Sony Vegas Pro 9. I can post some screenshots from the vids if that would help. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and please remember that I have no idea what I'm doing, so the more in depth the explanation the better.
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