Most of us use VLC for video playback. This tutorial helps you to get the video clarity better .
When you install VLC, the default output renderer will be OpenGL. Though the video quality is good, if you have a monitor that is 19′ or above in screen size, with wide screen, if the video resolution is 672 * 288 or low,then the video frames look stretched. with lines appearing in the sides of the objects inside the video.
There is a easy fix to overcome this issue.
– Open VLC , go to tools -> preferences
– Click on the video on the left panel
– Change the output to “direct X” from openGL
– Restart VLC .
Once the settings are updated, you can clearly make out the difference in the video clarity