I'm trying to create a video of a musical score, similar to this, and I want to make it look as good as it can given my limited knowledge and software resources. The musical score (my own composition) was created in a high-end music notation software (Finale). Finale is capable of exporting pages as PDF. These always print and look great on screen. It can also export JPG, TIFF, EPS, SVG, and PNG files. It will allow me to choose a resolution of 300, 600, 900, or 1200. I also have Acrobat 9 Standard (a full copy, not just the reader, but also not the "professional" version) and Windows Video Editor (bundled with Windows 10).
What is the best way to make the text and music notation smooth and readable? Should I export a PDF from Finale, and then use Acrobat to export an image file for each page; or should I export directly from Finale into a particular format. Which format is best to use if my goal is for the video to look great on youtube?
I'm not able to invest in new video production software at this time.
NOTE: I wonder if this question would be better served on video.stackexchange.com but because the core issue is a font reproduction, this seems the better home.