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Need Help With Video And Audio Quality


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I will start off by saying Roxio's customer service is crap.

 

Ok next up, The sound. The bass is overwhelming and the sound overall is way to loud. Everyone is pointing me into the direction of a service pack. I click it, then it says cannot delete Roxio files, Preventing me from this godly-sounding patch.

 

Secondly the quality. I record in AVI. I then put it into VideoWave, where is increase the Brightness to 54, Contrast to 56 and Saturation to 64. Then I render to DivX 720p 60Fps. It still comes out pixelated.

 

In any other questions I have left I have been lucky to get 1 response. If I did get a response it would be a big steaming pile of ^#!&, so someone keep me sane and simply help. Thanks.

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I will start off by saying Roxio's customer service is crap.

 

Ok next up, The sound. The bass is overwhelming and the sound overall is way to loud. Everyone is pointing me into the direction of a service pack. I click it, then it says cannot delete Roxio files, Preventing me from this godly-sounding patch.

 

Secondly the quality. I record in AVI. I then put it into VideoWave, where is increase the Brightness to 54, Contrast to 56 and Saturation to 64. Then I render to DivX 720p 60Fps. It still comes out pixelated.

 

In any other questions I have left I have been lucky to get 1 response. If I did get a response it would be a big steaming pile of ^#!&, so someone keep me sane and simply help. Thanks.

 

Folks asking for help usually try and do it by being nice.

 

Maybe that is the reason no one wants to be helpful?

 

Just a suggestion.

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One quick suggestion, go to the recording device set up in your operating system (you didn't think to include that essential piece of information) and turn down the volume for the device. This shows how to do it with W7 and a web cam.

 

If the image doesn't help, go to Microsoft for more instructions.

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