Oversaturation

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Ok so I've been using camtasia for a while now but i can't seem to remove the oversaturation in the video when it renders. when it can be seen in the video box, it's fine. but when I watch it in windows media play it just has a really bad oversaturation.
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ialphaw0lfftw

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Rick Stone

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Sooo, when you render, what is the output format? What settings are you choosing along the way?

Cheers... Rick :)
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ialphaw0lfftw

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This also happens with different editing software. Like sony Vegas. My settings are perfectly fine and worked with my old computer, so I used the same settings.
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Windows Media Player can sometimes cause such effects when a video is played in it; I've seen it myself [on Win 10]

have you tried doing a custon production to MP4 w/controller, then viewing the video in a browser like Chrome [play using the xxx_player.html launch file]

does that help?
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ialphaw0lfftw

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I mean I'm going to post these videos on youtube. I really need help because it plays fine in browser but in media player and I don't know about youtube, it doesn't look right.