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I'm not sure if this topic has already been posted, but I have recently purchased the roxio game capture HD pro and was wondering how I change the editing frame rate in the videowave "productions settings" as it is currently greyed out. I wanted to change it to 30fps, however it is currently at 25fps.

 

Is this due to my computer/graphics card not being powerful enough; mine isn't very powerful, or is there something i need to change in other settings?

 

My system:

Intel® Pentium(® D Cpu 2.66GHz 2.66Ghz

 

2.00GB RAM

 

32-bit operating system - Windows Vista SP2

 

Please help!

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Hi,

 

I'm not sure if this topic has already been posted, but I have recently purchased the roxio game capture HD pro and was wondering how I change the editing frame rate in the videowave "productions settings" as it is currently greyed out. I wanted to change it to 30fps, however it is currently at 25fps.

 

Is this due to my computer/graphics card not being powerful enough; mine isn't very powerful, or is there something i need to change in other settings?

 

My system:

Intel® Pentium(® D Cpu 2.66GHz 2.66Ghz

 

2.00GB RAM

 

32-bit operating system - Windows Vista SP2

 

Please help!

 

Why do you want to change?

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I would like to change the frame rate as I want to watch my whole production through smoothly without having to extract the file after every edit. when I go to the video trimmer the clip I have selected plays at a normal speed (but this only plays the one section of the video), however the main video is is slow, so I thought if I changed the frame rate setting I could speed this up.

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Is this due to my computer/graphics card not being powerful enough; mine isn't very powerful, or is there something i need to change in other settings?

 

Minimum System Requirements: Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor 1.8 GHz

 

Your Processor 'Intel® Pentium(® D Cpu 2.66GHz 2.66Ghz'

 

Which is the first dual-core variant of Pentium 4 "Prescott" Intel called it a dual core but it's built on one core, cores 2 (2×1).

 

What that means it's after the P4 single core Prescott but before the Core 2 Duo Processor listed in the minimum system requirements.

 

The processor is way slower than a core 2 Duo what Roxio lists as minimum system requirements for RGC HD Pro software.

 

Sorry...

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