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  1. Roxio Video Capture Version 2.0.1 Mac Software OS X 10.8.3 Processor 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Can anyone explain what flattening a movie does and why the Roxio Video Capture software applies it to some movies but not others? Sometimes, when I click "Finish" (using Save Only) after capturing a old VHS tape, I see a window stating that the movie is being flattened. When this happens, a progress bar appears for a relatively short period of time. Then a message that the movie has been saved appears. Other times, when I click "Finish" (using Save Only) the message that the movie has been saved appear immediately. I have tried searching for the meaning of flattening a movie but still don't have a clear understanding of this function. I have viewed the movies using QuickTime and can't see any difference between movies that were flattened and those that were not flattened. After burning DVDs of the movies, I still can't tell what the effect of flattening a movie is.