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- 640x480 with 1.0 PAR for NTSC
- For NTSC use NTSC DV
- No. Create a new project with the correct settings and import the old project into it.
- For NTSC use the NTSC preset.
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Thanks for the info. I did as you suggested but the playback at full screen size is still blurred. The original images are tack sharp. What should I try next?
Thing is Fred, high quality .psd files will be limited to TV resolution for DVD. It's entirely possible you're just expecting too much.
You may be right. Is there a way to save the project so that it can be played on a computer full screen at a high resolution and be setup so that it repeats?. That will work for me as well. I have a very high quality Sony projector that is hooked to a computer.
You can edit in higher res presets for a better picture, but I'm not sure about the automatic repeating thing. On a DVD it's easy. For a computer file, that may well depend on the player used.
Just figured out the process. Export to Quicktime, turn the Compression to None and that fixed the problem. I can now use the MOV file on any computer or burn it to a disk.
Thanks for the help!!