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Umm well I got the program and I have a problem
when ever I finish filming and I make it into a video it comes out really small and then when I stretch it out it becomes really blury can anyone help???

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Sounds like it's taking a low resolution snapshot, but when you play it back, you're blowing it up into a high resolution screen size. Is it possible to make the video you're capturing go full screen during the capture?

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In one of the first boxes that pops up when you launch the application, you can choose to capture 50%, 100%, 200%.

Your best quality is to capture at 100%. If you capture at 200% you will find that it gives the same results as stretching the final video to twice its intended size.

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ok I will try that thanks

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