Why is My Video Blurry? – TechSmith Tips

In this video Mike covers a few things that may be making your video blurry and also some terms that may help you understand what exactly is going on.

Before you ever click the record button on your screen recorder or camera, ask yourself two questions. Where will my video end up being displayed and what resolution is my computer screen or camera. These are the first questions you need to ask yourself when you begin creating a video! Will my video be displayed on a mobile device, a high definition TV, or maybe an ultra high definition billboard? What are the screen dimensions of my computer monitor or camera?

I can’t stress this enough, you always need to familiar with what resolution you are shooting with and delivering too.
Screen resolution is the dimensions of your screen, most commonly measured in pixels. High definition editing and production dimensions are 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) and 720p (1280 x 720 pixels).

For example, here at TechSmith we know we will be most commonly exporting videos to 720p for youtube and our website, so when we record, our screen dimensions are usually 1080p. The reason we record in a higher dimension is because when we edit, it gives us flexibility in zooming and scaling footage. Your footage becomes blurry when you zoom in or scale footage larger than what you originally recorded at.

Depending on the content, you can get away with scaling or zooming slightly larger than 100 percent without viewers noticing, just be aware.

Nowadays there are ultra high definition monitors, which is also commonly referred to as 4K (2160p) or 8K (4320p), or Retina display, but unless you have a very powerful computer, I would recommend 1080p to get started because if you do record in those higher dimensions, you will end up with very large files, thus slowing down your computer dramatically.

Mike also covers Vector art vs. Raster Art. Plus what file formats work best for videos.

As always, feel free to add comments or questions below, and thank you for your time.



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  1. I am seeing you as all white. Please look at my picture in this post it's something in my settings. I have a Motorola Stylo 2020. Please help me it's been like this for 2 days and I don't know how to fix it.

  2. I uploaded some videos from my iPhone to my windows laptop through google drive however when I checked google drive the quality had decreased quite a lot .I've tried numerous ways to fix it but I'm not sure why its happened.

  3. So I'm recording at 1080 60 fps and when I preview on my camera, it looks great. Then once I upload it to my pc for editing, it gets fuzzy. I can try to record at 4k, but then I have to hit 30 fps and I didn't want that.

  4. I've noticed on a few of my videos that the quality is up and down. I have various clips in folders of individual species of birds. It is very awkward because I 'bank' all sorts of clips and have done for about 5 years at HD resolution and clips are needed for the next year or two making my videos with mixed resolutions. for example: if I was making a video of a Robin, I want clips of it perched on fence, tree, wall etc and singing and in-flight and so on. I may have got some of these clips years ago and banked the footage, then got the final clip needed in a higher resolution and banked that too in same 'ROBIN' folder. I just bank all sorts until I have enough to make my video.
    The problem is that last year I was using a palm-held camcorder filming in 1080p. Now I am using the Nikon P1000 which is filming in 2160/30 I have used video clips of an individual species of bird from both cameras Once I have finished creating my video in Filmora, I send it to my laptop. The quality of the footage used with the camcorder is rubbish. Quality from Nikon is great. I am just about to try exporting it to my laptop in a lower HD resolution. I am not sure what this will do to the Nikon footage in the video?

  5. Hi, love your channel! But i have a video to computer problem that i can't seem to find the answer to anywhere! I'm shooting videos on 2 different cameras, 1 is a gopro, the other a regular camcorder. I'm shooting both in 4k. When i play them on my computer (1920×1080) the gopro is perfect, but the other camera is really pixelated, not bad quality picture, but it's like the picture is cut up into hundreds of squares that are moving all over the place like they don't know where to go. When i play this video on another computer (1366×768) it comes out fine. I can't get my computer to that resolution, is there anyway i can fix this problem? (I have bought 2 different camcorders thinking the first one was faulty but they both give same results)

  6. Sbmuper frustrated person here.
    I record all of my videos in high definition. I learned that the hard way since some of my other videos are unviewable BUT now that issue has come back and some of .y videos are pixelated. Any advice would help
    Android S7 Samsung

  7. I record with my Note 8 phone, I post cooking videos on YouTube, a follower told me my videos were blurry, video pixels were set at 1080…phone carrier told me it was to high an told me to set it at 720, I did and when I posted video, it looked great then later a pinch blurry and setting on YouTube video said 360, dont know what to do now, my videos are simple only in my kitchen, please help.

  8. Dear MIke… In this same video, perhaps made with Camtasia, the small texts (ex min. 1.36) are not well defined!!! ?? Camtasia has a big bug, the small texts in the rendering result in low resolution.

  9. Please help, I'm frustrated: recently my YouTube videos are very zoomed in and blurry, not all but most. If I watch the exact same video on my phone, it will be crystal clear. I don't know what's the problem.

  10. I can watch my video clearly before taking it into iMovie. But when I take it into iMovie and watch it in full screen, it is so blurry that I can't see anything. How can I fix it?

  11. My resolution is 2224×1080 and comes across blurry on youtube would 1440×1440 be a better ratio? Or 1920×1080 that's the 3 options I have, what do you reccomend for youtube videos

  12. this has nothing to do with my resolution bruh, the videos i rendered on my old computer look better, the video was ok when it was in private, and then it suddenly dropped to 360p in premiere and then when it came back to 1080p 60fps, it appears as it's still in 360p. Youtube has to be done something. I uploaded a hour and 30min video.

  13. Why is everyone complaining about the audio in this video? If u listen the music in between him talking becomes louder..just like in a movie when action scenes become louder and dialogue is lower…I heard him perfectly fine it's just that the music is louder than his vocals…what kinda phone are yall listening on? Lol

  14. ok so here is the problem, im using shadowplay to record csgo highlights and like couple months ago my videos was good / decent quality for me, it wasnt much blurriness and it wasnt many pixels and stuff, i havent changed ANY settings at all in sony vegas or shadowplay and randomly my vids are a very blurry when i make fast rotations (csgo game), i should also add that when the video is rendered it is very good quality but when uploaded on YT its shit, and i am still using same settings and everything since when the quality was good

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