Knowledgebase: Video Surgeon > Version 2
Video Surgeon does display correctly in Win 10
Posted by james todd on 04 February 2018 02:25 PM

On Windows 10 machines, if you have changed your default DPI, Video Surgeon may not
display correctly.   The text may not fit correctly in buttons or may appear crowded or cutoff.

If you are experiencing these types of scaling issues, please try the following:

Go the the VideoSurgeon.exe file, which should be found here:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Video Surgeon 2

Right-click on the .exe file,
Click on Properties
Select the Compatibility tab.
Select the radio button next to "Override high DPI scaling behavior.
In the drop down box Scaling performed by:  Select "System (Enhanced)" from the drop-down list.

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