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The webcam image is not clear when it is in full screen mode

My webcam image is very clear when it is in small size frame. However, the image becomes blurred when I click it to full screen. Is there any way to make it clear when it is in full screen mode?

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Its a low resolution image, the larger the image is made, the larger the pixels become and this makes the image blurry. unfortunately nothing can be done about this besides buying a higher resolution camera.

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Chek your VGA resolution and fmake it better. If the vga driver has not been installed, try installing it now for better resolution.

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