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Hello Zoom community,
I hope you're all doing well. I've been using Zoom on my intel evo laptop, and I'm looking for some advice on how to enhance the video quality during Zoom meetings.
I've noticed that my video sometimes appears grainy or pixelated, and I'd like to improve this aspect of my online communication. Are there any specific camera recommendations or settings adjustments you'd suggest for getting the best video quality on an Intel Core i7 laptop?
I'd greatly appreciate any insights or tips you can share. Thank you!
The number one thing you can do to improve your video quality is to get proper video lighting.
Webcams and other cameras struggle to produce good looking video in poor lighting conditions.
You don’t need professional light equipment, but it is the best lighting for webcam scenarios. These tools help you find the proper light balance and fill, and will ultimately help you look sharp over webcam:
Zoom has some very basic controls, but no software can really do a good job if the light available is too low.
Zoom settings > Video > Adjust for Low Light
This setting is no substitute for proper lighting.
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