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StrangerMedia says

I’m losing contrast when I make a FLV Preview Video. Specifically my whites are turning grey and cruddy.

Anyone know how to fix this?

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sightsignal says

I usually raise the video bit-rate… I guess you can also compensate contrast before rendering.

And now a fun-fact in verse: FLV exists since 2002 and we sure could use something new.

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TeodrisAtlantis says

I had the same problem, i just raised the bitrate :)

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cyzer says

Now I will make a very in detail and deep explanation about the flv video and how and why it looses many colors, also contrast and bleaches the video. You see the flv format is shit.

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