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    ASUS monitor VK248 to OSx

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    ASUS monitor VK248 to OSx
    I am trying to improve the compatibility of ASUS monitor on my Mac mini. The video quality is not great when I screen-recorded the video conversation

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    ASUS monitor VK248 to OSx
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    I'm pretty sure the "video quality" is not a function of the monitor…it's a function of the quality of the video as recorded. If you have a poor-quality video…it is what it is.

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    so you saying its the problem with service provide or the type of service that i subscribe or wrong cable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by canboy57 View Post
    so you saying its the problem with service provide or the type of service that i subscribe or wrong cable?
    When you said "video" in post #1…it was not clear what the source of the video was. e.g. Home video, DVD video, internet video, etc. I thought you meant a home made video or something…since you mentioned…"The video quality is not great when I screen-recorded the video conversation."

    This sounds like a video or recording that you made…since you said "I screen recorded the video conversation".

    So my point is. If the video was not a high quality video to start with…it will not look like a good quality video regardless of what hardware/monitor it is viewed on.

    Maybe you can clarify the source of the video…and what exactly is wrong.

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    I am trying to screen-recording the video chat using FaceTime with Quicktime player. I was able to record the video chat but when I play the recording, it was a choppy quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canboy57 View Post
    I am trying to screen-recording the video chat using FaceTime with Quicktime player. I was able to record the video chat but when I play the recording, it was a choppy quality.
    From what you're describing...my guess is the quality of the video is not very good to start with...and that's why the video playback is not so great.

    This is why when I mentioned earlier...that the video playback quality has nothing to do with the monitor used or the monitor cable used. But it could be the internet service provider (if you have slow internet service)...or it could be the method by which the video is being recorded.

    I am not a video recording expert...so I cannot offer suggestions how to improve the recording quality using Facetime & Quicktime player.

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