For some reason, I can't seem to get a completely crisp resolution when screen recording. I've tried all the available codecs and I've maxed everything out. I remember having a previous version of Bandicam on Windows 7 where I could record videos with a level of resolution that was virtually impossible to tell apart from the real screen. It was 100% lossless.
Currently, I'm using an Asus notebook, i7, nvidia gtx 960m on Windows 10. My version of Bandicam is 220.127.116.115.
There is no corruption or weird compression effect, and the frame rate is perfect (set at 60fps). What I'm saying is that if I'm showing, say, a PDF file on my screen, the text won't be as sharp on the video as it is live on my screen. Or to put it another way, if I look very closely at a vertical line on my screen (say letter I) I can see that it occupies one single column of pixels when I see it live. But If I record it and look at the video on the same screen, that same vertical line will be made up of *two* columns of pixels.
I hope my explanation makes sense.
How to fix this? I basically want to have the same level of sharpness on the video that I see on the screen live. I know this is possible, but Bandicam isn't letting me get that. Thanks in advance for any help.