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Graham Coulby7-Apr-21 23:52
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Jan R Hansen11-Apr-21 2:21
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kholsinger12-Apr-21 7:39
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I'm definitely no expert with OBS. I've only used it a handful of times, actually. My guess is that OBS itself would work better by changing the otuput resolution to match your actual screen, but then who knows what Teams will do when displaying it at the other end with lower resolution.

Would it work to share a 1920x1080 portion of your screen to an OBS output of that size? It seems that would be 1:1 at your end and require less adjustment by Teams at the other -- if the person watching has Teams full-screen, at least....

This reminds me of audio recordings where the mastering engineer tries to make it sound good on everything from cheap earphones to high-end speakers. You likely have no control over the viewer's screen size. You can reduce the odds of odd pixel effects by using fewer pixels at your end, but not to the extent that you don't have enough pixels, either. Analog signals have their advantages (says the geezer) Smile | :)
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