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Droping in Video Capturing

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by un, Aug 21, 2004.

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    un New Member

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    To capture movie from my digital sony handy cam, I tried windows movie maker but frames are dropping & jumping picture during the capture mode. Plz help me to solve the problem. My computer's Spec.. P3 800 mhz, 320mb sd ram, sis 630chipset with onboard video(64mb shared mem) & Sound. Win XP os. s/w Window movie maker.
     
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    what resolution ur using? try capturing at low resolution. also try using ulead videostudio or adobe priemier. get rid of using wmv and use only DV, mpeg compression which u can edit later.
     
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    I have been using 1024x768, high color 16 bit. I had already tired windvr, powervcr but no improvements. Is their any problem in hardware? Elaborate DV Compression plz.
     
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    Probably your processor is slow....
    Try it on some computer having a p4...

    And are you using 1024*768 for capturing!!!!!!!
     
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    ur using a very high resolution for ur poor lil p3
    lighten the load a bit
    why do u need such a big capture anyways ?
    if u convert to vcd ur gonna scale it down to 352*280 anyways !!
     
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    Thnks 4 ur suggestions! Major prblm solved. But still their is jerks in the movie.
     
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