I need to record a demo for one of my applications to submit on windows store and their requirement is that the video file resolution should be 1920*1080 but the problem is maximum resolution my laptop supports is 1366*720 is there a software or a way where I can record the video and it outputs 1080p video? if not than is there a workaround this?

I mean I wont mind recording my laptop screen in 720p output and then put the output video in a 1080p frame In a video editor which can output my video in 1080p resolution ( the frame will probably be a laptop frame and in place of its screen my video will be playing ). is that possible? if yes then which software can do that?

  • Connect an external screen? Or run a VirtualBox on FHD and enable scaling. – davidbaumann May 8 '18 at 14:48
  • if I connect my laptop with HDMI cable to a TV, then can I get the resolution of the TV, instead of the laptop ? – touseefbsb May 8 '18 at 14:51
  • Yes you can. Just type windows+p and select "Extend" – davidbaumann May 8 '18 at 14:53

Newer dedicated video cards support Virtual Super Resolution for AMD and Dynamic Super Resolution on NVIDIA.

Also you can use a VirtualBox, set it's resolution to your desired, and activate scaling.

Another way would be to connect an external screen which allows the needed resolution.

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