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Recorded Dvd Is Double-Speed


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I have never heard of that version or build number before in any Roxio product??? Where did you get it?

 

Laptops do not make the best video platforms, but your should be OK…

 

“Speed up” comes from dropping frames during Capture. Since your CPU shouldn’t be the problem we need to look at your HDD.

 

This is your internal HDD and not an external, correct?

 

Defrag it!

 

Then try 2 short captures. One set at DV and the other set to DV HQ.

 

How do they come out?

 

How much free space do you have on that HDD.

 

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I will try your defrag advice. Meanwhile, here is screenshot of build info, etc.

 

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Edit: removed Serial Number - please do not post SN's...

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That is the Build Number, and it is more likely 111B24A, VHS; 450B14A, VHS…

 

The Version would be: 1.1.124 SP2; 4.50.13a

 

Is that what you have?

 

Then we need your PC specs, like in my signature, and OS.

 

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Build: 111B25F, VHS; 450B14A, VHS

Version: 1.1.125 SP2; 4.50.13a

 

computer: Toshiba Satellite L305

Intel Pentium Dual CPU T2390 @1.86GHz 1.87 GHz

RAM 3.00 GB, 32-bit OS

OS: Windows Vista Home Premium SP2

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I have never heard of that version or build number before in any Roxio product??? Where did you get it?

 

Laptops do not make the best video platforms, but your should be OK…

 

“Speed up” comes from dropping frames during Capture. Since your CPU shouldn’t be the problem we need to look at your HDD.

 

This is your internal HDD and not an external, correct?

 

Defrag it!

 

Then try 2 short captures. One set at DV and the other set to DV HQ.

 

How do they come out?

 

How much free space do you have on that HDD.

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