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When I Try And Edit My Video Quality Gets Worse


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When i am recording my gameplay, the gameplay looks fine but as soon as i put it into the edit and share it becomes somewhat blurry i dont know if its because im not using an HD Tv or what but does anyone know what i can do to improve the quality of it? Thanks.

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It should have very little to do with your TV (it is just a pass through).

 

Tell us about your computer via dxdiag txt attachment. Read this (link) The instructions are pretty clear if you take your time. If you get hung up, let us know where so we can make changes to the instructions.

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??? You don't see the link. Are you using a color monitor? The text is blue. I tried it and it works ! Even if you were using a cell phone, you would see it.

 

nono i saw the link i said i put a link to the text document download into my thread, take a look :)

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nono i saw the link i said i put a link to the text document download into my thread, take a look :)

 

I guess I wasn't expecting to see the link in the edited first post ! Why didn't you just put it in your post where you said you put a link?

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Juts doing a quick look, update the video card/chip driver. Your is more than 2 years old. Do not use Windows to tell you that you have the latest. It is always wrong.

 

If you are not sure; download and run the autodetect from ATI. Here.

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nono i saw the link i said i put a link to the text document download into my thread, take a look :)

 

Actually, that is not what you said! You did not mention that you edited your earlier post and added the link. Had you used proper English, and a little punctuation, Steve probably wouldn't have posted Post #4 of this thread.

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