I've tried to read some tutorials, but all they seem to give is info on WHY to choose this and that format.
Dv-AVI apparently gives HQ video. but when I make a video and I choose to save it when I am finished - windows movie maker bunks it down to something barely watchable (in my opinion). I want the HQ, but I don't get HOW I can achieve this. <.< very annoying.
so how can I keep the HQ state the movie is in before I actually save it? saving it screws it up.. how do I save it in a format that keeps it high quality? any help is very appreciated. thanks