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Roxio Hd Pro Highly Annoying Problems


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I have a ROXIO HD Pro, and it's giving me a couple problems. First, when I start capturing I look at the capture preview and It's fine. Audio's synced, games moving fine, and the quality is good. But, for some reason when ever I watch the rendered video in Windows Media Player, It sometimes Moves in slow-motion (without lag). That's a huge annoyance. Another problem is that the audio is highly unsynced to the video (About 10-15 seconds). If you don't get what I mean, say I was playing CoD and I shot my gun in the video, the capture preview would capture the sound right on time, but when I watch the rendered video, Instead of hearing the gunshot when I shoot, I would have already heard it 10 seconds before that. My last problem, My game capture has a HUGE delay. What I mean is that If I pressed a button on my TV screen, I would see my action in the game capture preview about 7 seconds later. I would be very greatful if someone would help me here.

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I'll only tackle the last item, the delay in the preview screen, for which nothing can be done. However, 7 seconds seems longer than normal. I normally see about 3 seconds on mine. Most of the delay is in the time it takes to process the signal in the Capture device, and transfer it to the PC. What are the specs on your PC? (Processor speed, number of cores, amount of RAM, amount of hard drive space, version of Windows...)

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AND if you play the captured file in your Editor (VideoWave) how does it play there as far as sync and speed???

 

I've actually found that in VideoWave My audio is nicely synced, and my slow motion problem is fixed. But now a new problem, the video seems to pixelate at times. Any fixes for this?

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I'll only tackle the last item, the delay in the preview screen, for which nothing can be done. However, 7 seconds seems longer than normal. I normally see about 3 seconds on mine. Most of the delay is in the time it takes to process the signal in the Capture device, and transfer it to the PC. What are the specs on your PC? (Processor speed, number of cores, amount of RAM, amount of hard drive space, version of Windows...)

 

My PC Specs:

 

Model: Dell Inspiron 1501 Windows Vista SP2

 

Processor: Mobile AMD Sempron Processor 3600+ 2.00 GHz

 

Memory (RAM): 2.00 GB

 

System type: 32 bit Operating System

 

I as well have some type of ATI Radeon Graphics card

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In VideoWave try one by applying Splits about every 5 or 10 minutes before you Export As... (something that has worked in the ghost of versions past)

 

Pixels, No these are just artifacts that happen when the system can't keep up well enough. My might try lowering your Capture Bit Rate??? Cut it in half and see what it does ;)

 

Your lap is near the bottom of the minimum requirements, guessing a Windows Performance Index in the 3 something to 3.4??? (Win-Pause to check it)

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