I am using a program called HyperCam to create AVI files from a screen capture for software demo purposes. I am trying to import this into Studio. I have set the size as 1440 x 1080. When I view the file in Windows Media Player it looks good. I create a new project in Studio and open the AVI file and it looks awful. I have matched the aspect ratio to be HD 1440x1080/50i.
Can anybody please tell me where I'm going wrong with this or if there's a successful approach that you may have.
That's easy. Hypercam will be capturing a resolution of something like 320 x 240. You cannot upconvert this to HD (1440 x 1080 -- this res is actually the HDV standard). It is a pointless exercise, just
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