4398 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Apr 7, 2010 6:35 AM by Cheri Nauman1
Have you set Ken Burns zoom to 1x? Both start zoom and end zoom? (The zoom value may be used even if KB is disabled.)
The preview on screen in iMovie is always blurry compared to what you will see on TV when playing a DVD (assuming that is what you intend).
Is the movie widescreen or 4:3? For a widescreen NTSC DV movie, the number of pixels should be 854x480.
The dpi value is used only when printing, so it isn't used in iMovie.
Hmm, that's good to know about the better resolution on TV, unfortunately this one is intended for YouTube, (for now anyway).
I have one screen that needs to have a logo and a line of text under it, the rest I think I can get away with using the iMovie titles. I wanted to have three lines of text, each one coming on the screen separately and then staying in place, ending with all three on the screen at once. I can get away though, with each line coming on and the fading off separately if I have to.
Thanks for the help!