I have some more questions.
1) Are there adjustable quality settings when I save the project as a video file? Or the quality is just fixed?
2) Is it supposed that Multiquence will bring me better quality than a program like Windows Movie Maker appart of the other tools it offers?
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- Tue Aug 26, 2008 1:53 am
- Forum: MULTIQUENCE (discontinued)
- Topic: Using Multiquence for certain video process
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I have two scenarios to use the Multiquence: 1) For short .mov videos (less than 5min), I need to do fade in from black screen at the beginning of the video and fade out to black screen at the end of the video. The final file must be easy to be burn in a DVD-R, and I want to keep the quality of the ...