Before anyone says it, I know this is probably the wrong place to ask this, but I thought I'd give it a try since most people on the Premiere forum know about video production and whatnot. So basically I've got a three monitor set up for gaming and recording for YouTube. However, I use a TV screen instead of an actual "computer monitor". The resolution of the monitor I record is 1920x1080 (1080p), yet my recordings are noticeably blurred. Not a great extent of blurriness, but noticeable. I was wondering if someone can tell me if using a TV screen as a monitor instead of an actual computer monitor can affect recording quality? Thanks to anyone who has an answer!
To my knowledge, the quality of your video depends largely upon the software settings for export. A monitor only shows what has been recorded, but the monitor should be properly calibrated to ensure you are seeing the correct colours, etc.
How is you TV monitor connected to your computer?
What are your export settings? Show a screen grab of those settings.
My monitor is connected through an HDMI connecting to a device that plugs into my graphics card's port and allows an HDMI to plug in
John T. Your camstudio-dl-link is virus_infected!
He only sent a link to the CamStudio website, so it's definitely not a virus.
Should I elaborate, or did you miss the hint ?