14. December 2017 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized

I am noticing a drop off in quality between the Movie Maker file I create with downloaded video, and the final product converted from Movie Maker to mp4 format.  I am routinely getting a lot of extra static on the audio, and some of the video transitions that include panning/movement convert as very choppy, unclear or not fluid. 

Would the quality be better for these particular aspects of movie making with Wondershare Filmora?  Can I take a "draft" movie that I have edited/made with Movie Maker and "convert" it to or load it in Filmora and convert to mp4 and to try and get a better result?  Or do I have to start from scratch and download all the raw digital data directly to Filmora?  Another other alternatives/suggestions?       

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