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You might want to try a white background in DxD for your videos...some of the fine lines get lost with the black background.
Thank you. I will try using a white background.
Unfortunately, I don't think it's a background color issue. All of the videos that are posted to this community site are hosted from YouTube (Current technical limitation of the community software we are using). When you post a Video to YouTube a magical (to be nice) compression process kicks in and essentially degrades the video.
I have spent hours on-line researching how to improve my Video posts and finally came to the conclusion there is not much I am able to do. (I do pray that the next upgrade of the community software will address this issue).
In the interim my friends have created a high resolution HyperLynx Analog Video Library that most of my videos are posted to.
It takes me hours, sometimes days, to put these videos together so I truly do appreciate any advice that could improve the quality. Thank you again
I'm aware of the problems with YouTube compression that you're stuck with, and believe me when I say how much I appreciate the effort you put in making these videos...I've seen every one at least once and some of them twice. Undoubtedly I'll go over them again once we finally get HyperLynx installed here. (we bought it sometime ago along with DxD but haven't gotten IS to get them on our machines) So, so far I don't have any tips or tricks yet having only gone through the demo that you're allowed to do with no license.
BTW, maybe you could do and experiment with a white background, dark blue parts, and black for the wires. In experimenting here, that combination allowed me to back away from the monitors the furthest and still kinda see what was going on. (So it wasn't that scientific, but hopefully you get the drift)
Thanks again for doing the videos, and I look forward to more!
It works for me....
Note - this link takes you to a library of tutorials - not just one... you do have to complete a form and then you will have access to these tutorials.
Let me know if it works.
It's working now.