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Noisy after rendering, mask lines visible

Noisy after rendering, mask lines visible

Noisy after rendering, mask lines visible

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Hi everyone,

After editing anything in After Effects, the video comes out looking very very noisy--weird flashes and stuff--even if no filters or anything are done at all.

Also, the DVDs that we make look completely different on each tv we put them on! Sometimes the gamma is so bright, you can see the outlines of the masks we've used.  I know the picture setting on tv's will affect brightness, but there must be some way of assuring consitency. (I'm hoping, anyway.) The video also plays very very poorly with bad sound on computers.
Is this because of After Effects or the DVD authoring? Should I convert the Quicktime MOV. file to MPEG?

If anyone could please help, I would so much appreciate it! We've been really stumped on this one.

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