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Have you ever noticed when you render motion effects in Final Cut Pro that the quality isn't always up to par? You may also notice a 'stutter effect' when zooming in and out of clip elements.

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It is important that you take notice of your sequence settings. The default sequence settings for DV-NSTC are set to Render 8-bit YUV. I recommend rendering your sequence with High Precision YUV. For your motion effects I recommend change your sequence settings to 'best' for motion filtering quality.

To do this: right click on your sequence, and choose 'settings' from the contextual menu. This will bring forward the Sequence settings dialog box. Click on the 'video processing' tab. Choose the High Precision YUV rendering setting and 'best' for motion filtering quality.

*The only drawback with these settings, is the longer rendering time. Therefore, you may want to wait until your sequence is completely finished and then re-render everything with High Precision YUV, and 'best' for the motion filtering quality.
 
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