Quote: Originally Posted by mitchell65
The answer to your problem is now revealed. The video clip that you have is only 624 x 256 pixels a little smaller than my estimate above. When you show this clip in full screen you are "stretching" each individual pixel in the clip to your screen resolution which I guess is something like 1280 x 960 px. So to fill your screen you are zooming to 400% of the original. That's why you get the pixelation. There's nothing you can do about that.
With a very sophisticated video editing software you could improve the view slightly by playing with the contrast and some other filters but at the end of the day "You cannot make a silk purse out of a sows ear"
,hi. actually the movie is not only my problem. my screen is kinda "pixilated", the screen is a bit jagged as well. and when i open a picture or a wallpaper, same thing happens. i mean, it is very different from vista and xp. i had used those OS before and i did not
have any problem with regards to the graphics. my laptop is 14.0 inches 16:9 HD LCD, by the way. this laptop is designed for this latest OS from MS, and with the Intel HD Graphis it should work fine, right? I wonder why I am having this kind of issue.
,thanks for taking time to red this,btw. any help will be again appreciated. Thanks.