🖥 System Resources
Ensure your system has sufficient resources to handle high-quality video streaming. Close unnecessary applications to free up memory and processing power.
⚙️ Quality Settings in Opal Composer
Start with the Opal Composer app settings:
We recommend using the "Auto" quality setting, which automatically adjusts based on your system resources and network connection.
If "Auto" delivers a lower quality due to limited resources or network issues, you can lock in a higher resolution, such as 1080p, to maintain a consistent quality.
🛠 Third-Party Application Settings
Adjust the settings in the third-party application you are using:
💼 Hardware Acceleration
Hardware acceleration leverages your computer's hardware to perform tasks more efficiently. Depending on your device, enabling or disabling this feature in the third-party app or web browser settings (for browser-based conferencing apps) can significantly improve video quality.
🌐 Stable Internet Connection
A robust and stable internet connection is vital. Consider using a wired connection to ensure consistent bandwidth, reducing the chances of video pixelation and lag.
📊 Understanding Max Supported Resolutions
Be aware of the maximum supported resolutions for various apps to set realistic expectations:
📞 Contact Support
If you've followed the above steps and still find the video quality unsatisfactory, our support team is here to help. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for personalized assistance.
Improving in-app video quality involves a combination of optimizing system resources, tweaking settings in both the Opal Composer app and the third-party application, and understanding the maximum resolutions supported by different apps. Follow these steps to enjoy a high-quality video experience. Remember, our support team is always ready to assist you.