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When I burn from VCR to my external DVD Writer, the recording isn't smooth and continuous. It's very glitchy. I have an ACER Netbook, Win 7-64 bit, 1.30 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, HP DVD Writer that has an A/C power plug. What am I doing wrong? I didn't have any software installation problems and the program seems to be running fine. The VCR image seen in the software is seamless until I go to Capture Now.

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When I burn from VCR to my external DVD Writer, the recording isn't smooth and continuous. It's very glitchy. I have an ACER Netbook, Win 7-64 bit, 1.30 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, HP DVD Writer that has an A/C power plug. What am I doing wrong? I didn't have any software installation problems and the program seems to be running fine. The VCR image seen in the software is seamless until I go to Capture Now.

 

Capture first to your hard drive and then burn to DVD.

 

Burning directly to DVDs using Plug&Burn is a good way to create lots of coasters :rolleyes:

 

BTW, I assume you have a dual core machine otherside that 1.3 Ghz CPU will never work

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Capture first to your hard drive and then burn to DVD.

 

Burning directly to DVDs using Plug&Burn is a good way to create lots of coasters :rolleyes:

 

BTW, I assume you have a dual core machine otherside that 1.3 Ghz CPU will never work

 

 

Thanks for your help! Processor was the issue. Will try on another computer, hopefully with better luck.

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Thanks for your help! Processor was the issue. Will try on another computer, hopefully with better luck.

 

 

Question though, unless I missed it, the software didn't mention needing a Dual Core processor. An Intel Celeron M ULV 743 Processor isn't fast enough? Could it be my video card?

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