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  1. So it appears I loose quality from the raw video to putting it into Videowave. I've tried to google and searching around for a solution but I don't see anything. So when I record (Anything, using Video capture for the Xbox, or something I recorded with fraps) I put it into Videowave and I seem to lose some quality. I play the raw video in Windows media player and it's at a decent quality, but when I put it into video wave everything is a little more blurry and hard to make out. Some text is blurry, and you can't see some details. I also put the video(s) into Camtasia Studio 8 and the quality was as good as the raw video, so it seems to be a Videowave problem. Is there anyway to fix this? A setting? Something? If you need an example I can put a couple videos, one raw and one from videowave.