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QTPro: .mov to .mpeg4 pixilated??

QTPro: .mov to .mpeg4 pixilated??

QTPro: .mov to .mpeg4 pixilated??

I have created iPhoto slide shows and exported to Quicktime .mov. My goal is to convert .mov to PC friendly format for sharing and b/u, but when i Export  .mov,  using QTpro, to any other format my images come out pixilated ... hmmm? any ideas?


RE: QTPro: .mov to .mpeg4 pixilated??

What are you settings on the .mov file? What codec are you using?

RE: QTPro: .mov to .mpeg4 pixilated??


iPhoto dosn't allow me to change much when exporting to Quicktime ... the settings I use are the default settings in iPhoto (width 640, height 480) ... these can be changed but it appears that nothing else can. Forgive me in that I am a beginner with all this stuff and therefore I don't know what codec I am using. Since my original posting I have experimented with changing formats (with QTpro) of other .mov files on my hard drive... ones that i didn't create in iPhoto ... and they come out pixilated or at least fuzzy as well ..... it dosn't seem to be an iPhoto problem??? Hmm?


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