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Why does my gameplay recording become blurry when I zoom in on certain parts of the video?

Video encoding software often uses compression algorithms like H.264 or H.265 to reduce file size, which can lead to blurry footage when zooming in.

Increasing the bitrate, adjusting the resolution, or using a different codec can help improve recording quality and reduce blur.

NVIDIA's GeForce Experience uses a different compression algorithm, which some users have found to produce clearer footage.

Post-processing editing techniques, such as sharpening filters, can enhance the clarity of recorded footage.

Zooming in during post-production is not the same as zooming in within the game itself, resulting in a loss of quality.

Grainy and blurred footage during gameplay recording can be caused by fast movement, which can be especially noticeable on smaller screens.

Poor lighting, internet connection issues, dirty camera lenses, and background apps can result in a blurry Zoom video.

Using the MP4 file format or H264 ensures a high-quality video at a low file size, and is widely accepted by most web and software applications.

The video resolution during a Zoom call depends on the resolution of the largest screen shared and is limited to a maximum of 1280 x 720p.

Insufficient lighting or distracting lighting can cause the camera to produce a blurry video during a Zoom call.

The size of a video file can impact its quality - larger files generally have higher quality than smaller ones.

A smaller image sensor requires smaller pixels, resulting in a smaller light-collecting area, which can cause grainy footage during Zoom calls.

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