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Hi,

 

I have both licenced versions of Debut and VideoPad.

 

I record my PC Screen on Debut.

 

The Encoder options are set to default with compression setting 10 as recommended.

 

I watch recording back on Debut and looks perfect. Everything clean and crisp.

 

I then upload video onto VideoPad and the video looks all bitty.

 

What I mean by 'bitty' is the graphics/sprites ae all broken up, you can't read fonts/wording clearly, it's not a clean image anymore.

 

Why? What Do I need to do please?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Please see attached example.

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I don't use VideoPad but I do have it installed. I just opened a screen capture of mine and it doesn't have your problem.

 

If you could show me where you set the compression rate in Debut I will check my settings - I can only find 'compressor H.264'.

 

What format are you recording in? I use .mp4 for ease of editing, and I don't think the quality is noticeably lower than .avi, which is 'heavier' to edit.

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Hi,

 

Mine is also set to defualt which is H264, if you click on compression settings underneath it, you can change to 10 for high quality.

But I don't think that is the problem.

 

I am also recording in avi format.

 

I just tried using mp4 format and actually a little bit worse.

 

Thanks if you or anyone else knows how to solve or think I might have to ask for my money back.

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Mine is also set to default which is H264, if you click on compression settings underneath it, you can change to 10 for high quality.

 

I checked on a quite old version of Debut so my settings options may well be differently laid out... I didn't think!

 

 

... I might have to ask for my money back.

 

If you do that Debut Support will try to fix your problem first :)

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Thanks anyway,

 

Considering the video seems to look pefect when played back on Debut and also I viewed it on another video player, I now think the problem lies with VideoPad.

 

I add the video file into VideoPad and thats when it displayes all bitty (bad image).

 

I am going to now re-post this question in the VideoPad forum and hopefully someone there can answer it. If not then I guess I'll have to get some technical advice direct from NCH.

 

if anyone can help, please do.

 

Thanks

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