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  1. Sorry I know this question has been asked a lot but what are the best export settings for a film mostly shot with a vx2000 but also has some HD and VHS footage in there aswell? I used to live with another filmer and he used to do all the export settings for me. There isn't much HD about 1 minute all together. The video is 37 mins long and i wanted to upload it to Vimeo and maybe have a couple of DVDS for the shop. Here is the trailer which is also a mix of DV/HD/VHS mix I can't remember what settings were used to export this from final cut 7 and then on to Vimeo. Many Thanks
  2. Hello. I've recently been messing around with my settings because they looked like this: Very grainy and not crisp and clear. I want to render in HD but this always happens. I am using sony vegas pro 11, and under Sony MP4/AVC i chose the settings "Internet 1080p" and this is the result. any help with making it better? Thanks in advance.
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