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    I know I know I shouldn't be using WMM but for now I've got no other option. I'm trying to make one more video using some JPEGs. The images look good when I import them, the problem begins when I drag them down to the timeline; they seem to lose quality, kind of becoming a little blurred. At first I thought it was something wrong with the pic, so I re-copied and imported it again. But no luck Either this is the way WMM is and I never noticed it before (I don't think so), or I'm doing something wrong. Any comments?


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    But how does the video look after you exported it? the preview might not be exact.
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    I haven't finished the video, I immediately noticed that with the first pictures. I was thinking it might have to do with the quality of the original pics, but they weren't even taken with a HQ camera. It was something like 7 mgpxls. I'm going to work with at least 200 pictures, so I'm afraid all that work might be "wasted" by the low img quality.

    I just made a testing vid with the pics. Yes it looks good, I know some quality will be lost anyways when I add effects, but I'm glad I learned the preview doesn't reflect the final quality (I selected HQ at the end). Thank you very much Baldrick, as usual you're the man! 8) [/solved]


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