Produce in MP4 format and open in Windows Media Player, it appears blurry and black borders in Camtesia 8.4.4 version

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Hello Team,

My screen resolution is 1366X768 and recorded the videos on Camtesia version 8.4.4

I tried to reproduce the video in swf and mp4 format with all dimension

·         1364X768

·         1280X720

·         1920X1080

when I open html which holding SWF files give me quality video

when I produce in MP4 format and open in Windows Media Player, it appears blurry and black borders. I tried all possible settings to produce but getting same output.

I read all related article to keep same resolution while producing the video but doesnt 

I recorded 51 video and now I am facing this issue while producing.

Please help me out to resolve this

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Yogesh Pagare

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Ed Covney

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Was 1366 x 768 not a choice? I have such a system, 1366 by 768 and sure enough, it's not the default resolution but it is a "custom" choice. If you had a hi-res system, you could make many good choices, you don't so, enjoy what you have.
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I use v8.6 and if I had a recording that was 1366 x 768, I would set the canvas to a standard size (1364x768 for example) and simply crop the pixels off the right and left sides.  This would result in one of the usual resolutions.  If you want to play it full screen on your PC, you could always set the canvas to the screen size (including those 2 extra pixels) and produce it at that size -- but it will reproduce faithfully only on screens with that resolution.
I don't know what to advise regarding the blur.  The smallest 1364x768 should not be blurry (I'd think) but the larger formats are going to be blurry because you're essentially multiplying pixels to make the larger formats -- kind of like watching TV through a magnifying glass.  (Up-sizing video rarely results in a successful product because you aren't adding information to the video, only multiplying what is already there -- and the more you multiply, the fuzzier the result will be.)
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rg - Can you record at 1280 x 720? That's a standard - 16:9 resolution. Which means most video players have an easy time of "downing" or "upping" to that resolution. I think you'll be happy with the results.
 
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Ed - The Q was from a different poster; I was offering a possible solution since the poster was recording at a different resolution than standard.
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rg - Are you not posting to Yogesh's Q?  Why would you post an answer for another on this thread? What am I missing here? 
I still think his problem is trying to produce video at a resolution, his PC is incapable of displaying.