Hello. I'm a Korean and I live in South Korea. I'm not speak english very well so, I ask to be excused.
Thank you for your help. You are in part right. I send my e-mail to you, include attached file. Now, you check your e-mail please. attached file name = file.zip
And look at this.
<A> Corel MotionStudio 3D 1280x720 <B> Ulead COOL 3D Studio 1280x720
All are the same quality option and the same codec. Compare <A> and <B>..
The result.. <B> is better than <A>. a little bit. So, I find out, The COREL much love The Rendering Speed than The Rendering Quality. If you want to learn more about this, keep reading my POSTREPLY 001 - 014 below.
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I'm trying to figure this thread out - Your codec screenshots are Microsoft settings for the Microsoft codecs, these are not Corel codecs. The screen shots you have submitted show the settings in Windows Media.
I just created projects that were identical in C3D PS, and MS3D. Rendered both to DV type-1 (avi) files. I fail to see a difference in the quality. I could upload them to YouTube, however that in itself is not going to be an accurate depiction. YouTube will convert them to FLV, which does affect quality.
Your first video example states you rendered it to "avi mpeg-4". Which is it? Did you wrap a mpeg-4 in a avi container? You should have either an *.avi or *.mp4. Then like I stated above, when you upload to a service like YouTube you're going to take a hit on quality, how much depends on a lot things.
Ron -- your image is from Video Studio, not MS3D... However, I am unable to check right now as my MS3D seems to have disappeared apart from non.exe type files. I guess the trial period is over! But if so, it would be a strange way to stop the program, without any screens telling me I must now purchase it...