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Type of quality test: final encode
Operating system: Windows 10 (64-bit)
Capture hardware: Elgato HD60 via RetroTINK-2x at 480p60
Capture software: Elgato Game Capture HD
Capture video resolution: 720x480
Game and console: Marble Madness, NES (NTSC)
Encoded with Yua v9
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looks good except you'll want to check the aspect ratio box for 4:3. right now you are encoding 720x480 input without aspect ratio metadata which results in stretched output.
Thank you for the feedback, nate.

I've had a look around in the Elgato Game Capture HD software settings, and did not see an aspect ratio box anywhere.  There was a box to compress the signal to 640x480, so I checked that, and the capture looks exactly the same.  I recorded a small snippet with the box checked and unchecked, and see no difference in the way it's presenting.

Can you advise if there's another menu I'm missing?  I'm not too familiar with the software, having just recently changed to it because I couldn't get Amarec to recognize the Elgato.
sorry, the aspect ratio box is in yua.
Oh!  So I can re-encode it!  It's already hit Public Verification; is it too late to fix this?
No worries about the run already being in verification. If you can encode the run with the correct resolution, just upload it the same way you uploaded the first video file. It's helpful if you give it a file name that makes it clear which one is the new version.
Awesomesauce!  I've attached it here as well, for safekeeping.  Uploading the corrected file now.  Thank you both so much!
yeah, looks good.