I am having issues with the quality of video output from Premiere Elements. I tried to combine 4 videos clips that I took (all were crystal clear when viewed prior to combining them in Premiere Elements). The first clip is quite pixelated, the second has wavy lines running across it the whole time (recorded webinar), and the third clip looks crystal clear. (FYI...first clip and third clip were both taken using the exact same settings on my Canon) I am not very tech "savvy". I am guessing it has something to do with the way I saved or "shared" the video after editing? But I have NO IDEA what settings I need as I am not very "tech" savvy! I want to upload the finished product to Vimeo. I looked on Vimeo and followed instructions from a tutorial that a Premiere Elements user posted about how to save the best quality video for uploading to Vimeo, and the quality turned out FAR WORSE than the first time I saved it. Please help!!! Thanks so much!
Thanks for your response John! Do you think my issue may be due to the way I initially "set up" the project when I created a new project from the very beginning? I am operating on Premiere Elements 10, so I do not see an option for sharing online directly to vimeo....only facebook and Youtube. I am combining 4 video clips. 3 of the 4 clips were shot on my Canon EOS 60D, and 1 of the video clips was a recording of a PowerPoint based webinar that we did via Meeting Burner (meetingburner.com). Since I am combining more than 1 video format, is it likely that I will run into quality issues? The strange thing was that 2 of the clips shot with my Canon showed up blurry after exporting/sharing my final video, but one of them was still crystal clear. This doesn't make any sense to me since I did not change any settings on my Canon. I didn't see any specific tutorials on setting up the project to match the video from that list of Tutorial links.