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Resolution Problems in Adobe Premiere Elements


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#1 EducatedGuess

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Posted 21 January 2011 - 12:50 AM

Hi, I'm a new Premiere Elements user with Version 7. I am a college professor and am trying to put together a bunch of Shakespeare film clips on one DVD to use in class. I finally figured out how to use this program when I suddenly noticed that the images and titles had become increasingly blurry and much less clear. This happened quickly, not gradually, as though someone had turned a light switch on.

To check this out, I burned the files to DVD and then played the DVD on both my TV and laptop. In both cases, the images coming directly from the DVD were still blurred and fuzzy. This means, I assume, that it isn't the display or video settings on my laptop, but the signal quality going to my hard drive.

Can someone give me some idea(s) how to troubleshoot this? I'm mystified. My HD is getting a little full; otherwise, the system seems normal, fast and not bogged down.

Is it possible I accidentally turned off a feature or setting in Elements that I can switch back?

The blurring is not horrible, but this just started happening. It was crystal clear 10 minutes earlier.

Thank You very much,
Professor Scott

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