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My 1080p video is rendered well (but says 720p), but when it fully processes to 1080 it looks bad 0 Recommended Answers 1 Reply 0 Upvotes
This is the 1080p version. It looks fine, but when you click on it, you can see the lines around the character are blurred. Underneath is the 720 version, which is what it looks like before it's fully rendered, I guess. This is what the original video looks like, and you can see that the lines are not blurred around the edges. I don't know why Google Photos does this, as it looks very weird. I have "original quality" clicked and the file is the same. Is it the bitrate? The bitrate for the video was about 6.59 or so.
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