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Choosing a Quality Setting

You can set the relative quality of the video image in each view of the Monitor window. Even though you may prefer the highest quality—which displays all the pixels in each frame of video—using a lower quality setting can be useful. By reducing a view's resolution, you reduce the processing demands on your computer and make it easier for your system to play video at the proper frame rate. This is particularly useful in the program view; lowering its quality setting enables your system to play effects or other processing-intensive parts of a sequence right away, without pausing to render (see Chapter 10, “Previewing a Sequence”).


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