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Choppy Video, Speeding Up Of Recording


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I have just gotten started and have been reading some of the posts on here. I have a toshiba satellite laptop with amd radeon hd 6310 graphics, ati display adaptor, internal dac 400mhz, amde 350 processor 1.60 ghz ram 3.o gb 2.6 usable 64 bit. I have trying the record edit save and the video is jumpy, sound is fine. despite recording for several minutes playback is only max 6 sec so video seems sped up.

 

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I have just gotten started and have been reading some of the posts on here. I have a toshiba satellite laptop with amd radeon hd 6310 graphics, ati display adaptor, internal dac 400mhz, amde 350 processor 1.60 ghz ram 3.o gb 2.6 usable 64 bit. I have trying the record edit save and the video is jumpy, sound is fine. despite recording for several minutes playback is only max 6 sec so video seems sped up.

 

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What esle do you have running while capturing? Is you hard drive defragged and have the free space needed?

 

I'd suggest going to Toshiba to update your video drivers but they used to be bad about providing updates. You might look though.

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Start with this one and then provide more details.

 

What esle do you have running while capturing? Is you hard drive defragged and have the free space needed?

 

I'd suggest going to Toshiba to update your video drivers but they used to be bad about providing updates. You might look though.

 

 

 

followed all the suggestions inthe letter and updated everything. I tried again without running any other programs and had the same choppiness. Sound is fine and picture seems fine just choppy. I tried the record edit save mode also.

 

now what

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