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i have got the roxio recorder and somehow when editing the video has sped up nd the audio goes speeds ups then slows down can anyone help

 

What roxio recorder are you talking? Audio, video, VHs, Lps, games ???????

 

What program do you have? Your post will then be moved to the correct forum.

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On my laptop running VISTA OS, I am using the "Roxio easy VHS to DVD" software. I am noticing that in the

edit/ save copy the video and audio speeds up or "blips" and "skips" every so often . What could be done to rectify this problem. I tried the 1 hour record time for better quality but no avail. Would the upgrade Easy VHS to DVD 3 help this?

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Likely issue would be your laptop...

 

List the specs like Walt & I have in our sig blocks, also include your HDD Free Space.

 

Have you been able to play the Captured file in something else to see if it is intact???

 

In the EVD Software you might try setting the Rendering to Software as it defaults to Hardware ~ File-Preferences-Render Using-Software

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I have tried the dvd on another player and it does the same.. played the vhs tape on tv the vhs played fine. I did reset the rendering of software. Any ideas?

 

 

Acer Aspire 5810T

Intel CPU U2700@1.3GHz 1.3GHz

4 GB RAM

64 BIT O/S Windows Vista SP2 home premium

165GB FREE HDD

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I have tried the dvd on another player and it does the same.. played the vhs tape on tv the vhs played fine. I did reset the rendering of software. Any ideas?

 

 

Acer Aspire 5810T

Intel CPU U2700@1.3GHz 1.3GHz

4 GB RAM

64 BIT O/S Windows Vista SP2 home premium

165GB FREE HDD

 

That CPU is below requirements for the software I would think

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I am using HP DVD-R and VERBATIM DVD-R however, my system uses Windows Media and I have a feeling it is corrupt and/or there is a problem with my DVD Drive. I tried playing a commercially made DVD in the drive and there were playback issues yet it played well on the TV. So this might be the key. Will advise on outcome. Thank you

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OK!

 

Looking forward to hearing more ;)

 

Hi Jim, well after doing many diagnostics on my laptop I have found the cause of my problems. Apparently it is the cd/dvd writer drive. Checking with its manufacturer, I ran their "fix it " program. Everything is ok BUT it only checked for drivers. They are up to date. It was through "E-how" and Microsoft that the error was found. All the files for Roxio VHS to DVD were fine. It was the files for the cd.dvd writer player that were corrupt and some were missing. So, since I could not reinstall my system at this time, I purchased a USB read/write cd/dvd. All the problems disappeared and the VHS TO DVD transfers went AOK. Beautiful and exellent quality. So now we have a happy ending. I thank you for your guidance. Ron

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