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IMovie 11 :: Low Video Quality When Exporting To HD


I have a movie recorded in HD720p by iPhone 4. I imported it into iMovie 11 (edited, etc.), and after I export in HD. Unfortunately, movie quality is very bad.

Screenshot from iMovie - quality is fine: [URL]
Here are exported using QuickTime - 720p, mp4 - really ugly effect [URL]
And the last attempt to export using the "share" -> Export Movie -> 960x540, m4v (HD is unavailable - I don't know why...)[URL]

How do I export the movie in original resolution and without loss of quality?

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Mac OS X (10.6.5)


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