How to get back to default setting at the render settings?

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Hey I got a little problem I messed up with the render setting ,how do I change them back to default I really need help, like I messed up my quality and more I tried to reinstall it but nothingh...Help!
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NICE Roby

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brianmt68

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If you haven't rendered the clip and you need to change setting, there is a back tab at the bottom of the export screen. use that to get back to the resolution. You can choose the MP4 720P default if thats the one you need.
Produce and share>Then choose one of the Mp4 defaults. Not sure if this helps. But thought I'd give it a try.

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Kelly Mullins, TechSmith Employee & Helper

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Hi Nice Roby,

What production path were you using that needs to be changed back to the defaults?

What are you needing to accomplish? This might help us help you with the correct settings.

Kelly
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Well I am using most of them for different proiects so I tried to improve them by changing their settings...so I kind of messed all of them if you can help me get all of them to the default settings I would apreciate
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Hi,
Here is a look at the Video Settings tab that shows the default settings:


The Audio Settings are set to Encode audio and Bit Rate of 128 kbps.


Let us know if you need more information.
Kelly
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I would take the original files, whatever they were and put them in one time line. Separate each clip by a few secconds. Export all the clips in one time line and create one master file with the same export resolution and bitrates. After you get that file ,open it up in camtasia and cut it apart into separate files. You can select each file for export from this clip. Here is the main thing to understand.

If your taking a file that is recorded in a smaller resolution and trying to make it larger, raising the bitrate, etc. to improve quality, it won't work. The recorded files are compressed already. Same if you have a power point or camtasia recorded at a lower quality. You'll only stretch the file and make it look worse. Keep the same resolution and framerate from recording, to editing and then to export. You can scale down from a high res. video file but scaling back up won't work. Hope this makes sense.
Brian

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