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MitchWAndrewI will explain blurriness is cause by low pixels. you may film in 4K or 1080 by 1920 but first off Instagram compresses your videos to a small off topic 640 by 640. and maybe recently 1080 by 1080. making the screen a perfect square. therefore having to make your pixels zoom in so always click the corner when posting it will make a more condensed vid bringing back your golden 1920 by 1080. and another thing that helps with quality is you can put a black border on the top and bottom of your vid while editing. so when you post your videos, colors will pop dramatically whereas when your vids are against the Instagram white borders it loses quality. Hope this made sense if you have any questions just reply.
voy10I understand about how itll put it as “1080” but there’s no way it’s 1080. If I watch the same 1080 video on my camera roll vs on instagram when it “goes to 1080”, there’s no way it actually compresses to 1080 because it’s extremely blurry.
darticus_primeu probably have a shit internet connection
If you have a weak connection, instagram will load a lower quality version of a photo or video, their platform is very optimized for connection speed, theyd rather show you a blurry image than nothing.
voy10I understand. But my connection isn’t the issue. Like when I zoom in on a video or pic the slightest bit when I’m on my feed, it becomes super blurry. But if I were to zoom in on the same thing that was on my camera roll it wouldn’t be nearly as blurry.