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My dv looks great on tv and on camera's preview screen but is very grainy when captured into Movie Maker (end product on dvd also grainy). Have tried everything I can think of. Using WMM 2.1.4026.0 with XP and SP2 downloaded as well. Using a Panasonic DVC PV-GS36 camcorder.

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WMM was not intended for "quality" video production and uses very high compression which affects quality. Remember it comes free with what is essentially an operating system so you shouldn't expect it to be all that great. You need a commercial third-party application like PowerDirector:
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