The quality of converted file is rather poor. How can I increase the quality?

The video quality depends on the Bitrate. Bitrate is essentially the amount of information used to encode one second of video (or audio).

The higher Bitrate you choose the larger files of better quality you get.

To increase the quality of output video file please click on the estimated size of output file in Output column of File list in Converter.

After that move the marker over slider to increase or decrease quality of resulting file, press Apply button to save changes.

In previous versions of Converter (12 and lower) you need to click on estimated size of output file in Quality\Size column of File list in Converter - after that you will see quality/size slider.

Please note that it is not possible to increase the quality above the level of input file - you can only retain the same video quality at most.

 

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