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How would I improve the quality of the output file?

Last Revised: 2017-12-07 11:05:42
Many factors will be involved in the output quality of your file, as in the source file, computer configuration, and the output parameters you choose for the file. To improve your output quality, it is advised to close any unnecessary programs to make sure that the computer is not over tasked as conversion is very CPU intensive. Below you will find the instructions for the different source files, as the solution is different for all.

1. For DVDs:
1. Make sure that your DVD is not damaged and that the driver for your DVD drive is updated to the latest version. To update that driver, you can right click (right mouse button) on My Computer on your desktop, and then select Manage>Device Manager> DVD/CD-ROM. This will allow you to choose the DVD drive you need to update, and the right click (right mouse button) and choose to update the driver.

2. Add the DVD by clicking on the Load DVD button, and then click the Target button to set the conversion to High Quality.

3. If you are still having issues after this, it may be due to the encryption on the DVD, and we may need to investigate it further for you. We would ask that you contact us with a link to the DVD’s on www.amazon.com and a screenshot of the output settings that you have chosen.

2. For non-protected video files:
1. Ensure that the video plays fine on the computer, and that there is no corruption to the file.
2. Click the Target button to select High Quality.
3. If the source and output will are both supported by High Speed Conversion, you can enable that feature on bottom. For more information about High Speed Conversion,please below information:

High Speed Conversion is a technology that was developed to allow you to make the conversion of video files between formats at high speeds without losing quality.

To be able to activate and use High Speed Conversion, the formats of both the source file and the output file have to be supported by our software.

Supported Input format: H.264 codec format of MKV, AVI, MPG, TS, TRP, MP4, M4V, M2TS, MTS, MOV, FLV.
Supported output formats: MKV, AVI, MP4, M4V, MOV.
Supported output formats for devices: iPhone X, 8, 7, 7 plus, iPhone 6s, 6s plus, iPhone 6, 6 plus, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4, iPad, iPad 2, The New iPad, Apple TV, Apple TV 2, The New Apple TV, PS3, XOOM, Flyer, PlayBook, Galaxy S, Captivate, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III, Galaxy S4/5/6, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Nexus.

On the bottom of the Convert tab, enable the High Speed Conversion switch and a window will pop up, click the Turn on button. After that, click the Convert button and the software will automatically use the High Speed Conversion technology for your file.


If after trying these settings you are still having issues, visit http://dropcanvas.com/ and upload the video then contact us with the share link when you have it fully uploaded.
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