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Hello, First, I am well aware that Roxio allows conversion to HD. The only thing is... It does not end up HD. It sure increases the file size tremendously, no doubt about that, but it doesn't actually seem to improve the quality of the video. If the original video is blurry, the new HD file is still blurry. So my question is, while it is possible to convert ordinary video files into HD video files, is there anything I can do to actually improve the quality of the video in terms of viewing experience? Apologies if this is an easy/noob question.
Right so I have had an overall decent experience with this device however I have ran into some problems recently. When recording black screen transitions (not sure if there is a technical term for this) the final recorded video file is a bit glitched from the fore mentioned transition onward. When importing into Roxio Videowave it comes up as a singular file in the timeline that is all messed up, problems include: > Delayed audio > Small video loops (only happens around the transition) > Clipped/Looped audio (only happens around the transition) > Stays on a blank screen for longer that it did at the time of recording No signs of these problems are present in the preview window on the software, and on further testing I have found that it only affects videos that are set to record >720p bit-rate doesn't seem to affect it nor does length of recording. Here is the bit that I find puzzling... Upon importing the same video file into CyberLink PowerDirector 12 it comes up as multiple files, most of which are the clipped/looped audio/video glitched bits that I mentioned previously as well as some one, two or three second silent video files that are just a black screen. The rest of these files are just the recordings from the point I clicked start capture up to the transitions (then all the glitched stuff is there) then every point after the transition (e.g the actual game-play) until the next transition. The audio is synced fine in these files its just really irritating to have to delete the parts that aren't supposed to be there. Does anyone else have this problem if so help would be appreciated. PC SPECS: TOSHIBA SATELLITE L850 CPU: Intel Core i7-3630QM @ 2.40GHz GPU: Nvidia GeForce 630M RAM: 16GB (15.89 Usable) OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit