i am runing la noire on pc and the videos which are runs between game play are blurry not clear and the evidence note book is also not clear i have i5 2500k and using intel hd300 ...... there are some other guys which are having this problem either they run it on igpu or a dedicated gpu is thier any fix or patch for this problem
if you are meaning the videos (not renderized) are blurred, that is more than normal, because they are in a lower resolution, 24 fps, and sometimes your game version may have lowered these videos quality for small file size?
this have nothing to do with the video card, (if you are meaning about those VIDEOS like the ones he is at WAR);
yes, and because if those videos are pre-rendered (aka video file) it's possible to re-encode it at lesser quality so it takes up less space. This is a common practice, which is why I asked whether this is a cracked game.
reason I mention his gpu is that I have no confirmation whether those "cut scenes" are prerendered or use in-game engine and render in real-time. (the latter has been a common practice since, oh hell, probably once PS2 came out)
no you guys dont understand with igpu i cant play it on 1080p i am playing it on 1280*720 and the blury images are not in the war videos which comes on between the gameplay....i am saying that when i press tab for opening the evidence notebook the notebook is not clear u cant read whats writen in it and also in some videos which comes in between gameplay are not clear like they are sensored which is usalu in porn :-) lol
" I ended up uninstalling the "AMD Media Foundation Decoders" that came with the Catalyst software, and that did the trick.
If you have an AMD graphics card, you might give it a shot.
I posted this solution elsewhere just today, so I'll just paste the steps here (in case it's not obvious how):
1. Run AMD Catalyst installation (11.12 or even 12.1 preview works fine)
2. Choose the uninstall option
3. Choose the "custom" option
4. Select the check box next to AMD Media Foundation Decoders
If that won't work, someone else said they had success with adjusting the "mipmap" quality settings for their graphics driver, but that wasn't an option in my case. "
Try this for intel graphics:
Guys I got the solution..All you need to do is upgrade your video card drivers..if you are having computer manufacturer's driver installed in your computers/laptops, then I would recommend you all to uninstall them and download & install the updated drivers for ur laptop from Intel's website..it worked for me