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Recording video on high-speed

When im recording video on high-speed, the good clarity and light are gone. Video is dark. whats problem..its normal?

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You need to change your video settings. You have it set for time lapse. Turn your camera to the video mode on the top of the camera and then turn the dial on the back of the camera to the size of video you desire.

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Think about it...when on high speed, the shutter isn't open as long as when on "normal", therefore, less light hits the sensor. You could try raising the ISO setting or raising the exposure compensation setting for more light.

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Can dvd flick be set for a 16:9 aspect ratio? I don't see anything there. What is the recommended burn speed to get a clear dvd? What file type imported gives the clearest final burned dvd?


Aspect ratio is determined by the actual recording itself and that is based on whatever aspect ratio the file was recorded at. Players can change that ration on replay, but it will result in distorted images.

Burn speed has nothing to do with video clarity. The only reason to burn a DVD at any speed slower than its rated maximum is if you are having issues with validation of the burned media. If that occurs, a slower burn rate is recommended.

The file type is normally irrelevant. What really matters is the file content. What is the resolution of the recorded image? If it is only 480i, then you will have a poor clarity of video regardless of the file type. If you have 1080p video, you will have much greater clarity. Also, the amount of compression matters since over-compression of files, while reducing file size, will result in poorer video quality even at higher resolutions.

So, regardless of the file type, ensure that the resolution is high and the video compression is as little as possible to ensure best result.

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IF VIDEO WAS OK AT SOME PONT IN PAST, THEN CAMMERA BUILT IN ILLUMINATOR HAS GONE BAD (LIGHT BULBS BURN OUT YA KNOW)
IF VIDEO WAS NEVER GOOD FROM START YOU HAVE ASKED TOO SMALL A ILUMINATOR TO ILUMINATE TOO LARGE AN AREA , ADD MORE ILUMINATION TO AREA OR REDUCE OBJECT RANGE THAT CAMMERA TRIES TO SEE

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My webcam is not clear


Whether your holding a video business conference, having a personal video chat with a friend or recording video with your laptop webcam, image clarity plays a huge factor in the quality of the video.


There are a number of factors that contribute to the image quality, including available lighting and screen resolution settings.


Adjust your webcam settings, such as brightness contrast, hue and saturation to accommodate the lighting in the room. In order to access your webcam settings, click on "Start" and open the "Control Panel."


Choose "Hardware" and then choose your internal webcam from the hardware menu.

Select the "Properties" tab to open the setting controls and slide each bar until you achieve the ideal visual settings for your broadcast.


Increase the available lighting behind you when conducting a webcam chat, but do not increase the lighting close to the webcam.


A lack of back lighting not only creates a darker image projection, but can cause graininess. Too much light close to the webcam can blanch the image, making it difficult to see.


Adjust your screen resolution.

When the image quality is blurred and distorted during a webcam broadcast, lowering your resolution can sharpen the image projection.


To lower your resolution, right-click on your desktop and click "Properties." Choose "Screen Resolution," from the available prompts.


Lower the screen resolution one step below where it is currently set and test the image quality.

If it needs further sharpening, repeat the process until you achieve the desired clarity.


Adjust settings in the video chat program you are using.

For example, if you are using Skype, select "Tools" and click on the "Video" icon in the left toolbar.


Select "Webcam Settings" and adjust your visual and camera function settings, such as the hue and saturation, as well as lighting compensation.


Test your bandwidth settings.

If the traffic on your network is high, and multiple users are sharing the same Internet connection, it can affect your bandwidth and lower the quality of your video projection.


In order to conduct a quality video session, you should have minimum bandwidth connection of 128 kbps.

To check your bandwidth, visit an online test site like SpeedTest and run a bandwidth check.


Dust off the lens to free dust particles with an air can.

Dust particles can cloud the clarity, but you don't want to wipe them away with your fingers or a rough cloth.


Blasting the lens with a burst of canned air will blow away debris and help improve picture clarity.


Hope this helps




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Hi. While shooting a video, the recording is too dark even in normal light. Is there is mode or setting which can enhance the lighting.


Please check and adjust your white balance in sub menu. You can use trial and error method to get the best video appearance and delete the bad videos from camera memory.

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Why dose my Lg KU990i high speed camera go very dark when im trying to rec video in high speed??


Probably because the frame exposure time is much shorter so it can''t expose the CCD as long.

Try processing the video with software to lighten after capture.

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When i use the video setting on High Speed, the background is dark unlike the normal setting where the background is normal


Think about it...when on high speed, the shutter isn't open as long as when on "normal", therefore, less light hits the sensor. You could try raising the ISO setting or raising the exposure compensation setting for more light.

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You need to change your video settings. You have it set for time lapse. Turn your camera to the video mode on the top of the camera and then turn the dial on the back of the camera to the size of video you desire.

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Ultravision image dark


Good Day, tfarmer;

Since you have replaced the lamp, which is the normal cause for a dark picture. Have you checked your video settings?

The brightness level should be set at about 55 to 60%, the contrast should be set at about 90% and the video temp should be at normal or high.

If all these are set about this way, then I would think that the light engine might be going bad.

Good Luck, big IRISH.

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ya definitely you can record the videos from your webcam ,but with less clarity or frames per second,,,,,,,

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To achieve MPEG2 video performance, large amounts of data must be written to the SD Memory Card in real time. The read and write speed of the SD Memory Card may differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, so we recommend using Panasonic SD Memory Cards with the high-speed transmission rate of 10MB per second (SD Memory Cards that are 256MB* or higher have a transmission rate of 10MB per second). FINE Mode recording (High image quality 704 x 480 pixels) recording requires an SD Memory Card that is 256MB* or higher. NORM Mode recording (Normal image quality 352 x 480 pixels) recording requires an SD Memory Card that is 32MB* or higher. *Usable capacity will be less. The use of SD Memory Cards other than the ones mentioned above may result in the following error message: [This card cannot record in MPEG2 mode.]

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