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transferring digital camera video clips to CD

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I have a kyocera digital camera that takes short audio/video movies. When I try to transfer it to a CD for storage, they do not have the same quality as when played back on the camera. How do I do it? I use real player or windows media player and neither give good results.
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It would seem to me that the larger you expand the picture, the grainer (if that's a word) the picture.

Your camera has a great picture because it has a small screen with an amazing resolution. When you take that same picture and transfer it to something as large as, say, a 17" CRT monitor, the picture should become worse. Why? It's been enlarged.

I'm not a camera expert by any means and would gladly concede that I was wrong if I am, but that just makes sense to me.
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In what format does you camera upload the movies to your computer? Are you editing them before you move them to cd and what software are you using to do it? We need some pretty detailed answers before we can help you.
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