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K-Dawg

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Hey guys,

Is there a way for me to make my video quality of download videos better? It seems to be pixelated, like really big pixels. thanks ahead of time
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In a word no. The quality of your downloaded videos are set in the quality of the initrial video and then the software used and codec chosen to "rip" the video. I feel your issue may be in the codec area. You may consider downloading a codec pack so as to minimize the pixelation you are experiencing. A good site to start is http://www.divx-digest.com/index.html . This is a good site for general issues and problems and at the same trime provides packs of software to resolve virtually any issue you may have with video. I suggest getting the ACEMCP. AceMegaCodecsPack is one of the better ones t hat solves most if not all problems regarding codecs and video formats and pixelation. Give that a try first and get back t us if there are any other probs.

Greetings from Norway.

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Thank you for the info
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