Can I enhance video quality

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  1. roaml

    roaml New Member

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    Hello,

    I am wondering if I can enhance the quality of my video when playing it on my PC. I have an iPhone 4 and the video quality on the phone is beautiful, but when I save and play it on my PC the quality is grainy and not clear. The format is saved as a 3GP. Could the format be the issue? Can I convert the video to a better quality format? If this is possible, any suggestions from the experts out there. Thank you. J
     
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    the iphone 4 saves as .mp4 not .3gp, that is the best format to use with the iphone, 3gp is very low quality and if you use mp4 then its very good quality
     
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    You need a better camera. If your video is complete crap from the source, than no amount of special effects, or video editing can make it look better.
     
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    no but saving it as .3gp did not help much at all, i have taken videos with the iphone 4 and all have been very good quality. they save as .mp4 though i never had a iphone video save as .3gp that is very poor quality video format
     
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    Hello, thank you all for your responses. Yes, the video is beautiful on my iPhone, but when I text (MMS) the video to an email such as AOL it is attached as a .3GP file. I saved the video as an .MP4 as suggested, but there was no change in quality. :-(
     

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