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Easy Vhs To Dvd Help Needed


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I have had this program for quit some time. I used it about a year ago and it worked perfectly. I decided to get it back out and finish the project I started last year. I am having the hardest time. I have searched all over the internet for over a week and can't find any help. Unlike most of the posts that I have seen, I DO have video and audio. HOWEVER...it lags and will not match up.

 

I am using it on my laptop....HP Probook 4510s. I am assuming there is something in my settings/drivers that I need to change or disable. Can someone offer me some easy tips or tricks that do not involve me reconfiguring my entire laptop?

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I think I found and changed what you suggested. Wasn't the exact verbage but similar. I had already defragged and updated drivers prior to my post. I noticed that it plays perfect, the lag starts once I hit the record button. I disabled my internet too. I wonder if this is just as good as it gets. It's not AS MUCH of a lag as before. But it still lags. Hmmmmmmm..

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I actually went ahead and tried to go through the entire process just to see what the end result would be. Once I imported the video, it brought me to a screen with a bunch of options like frame speed and file type. I just left the defaults. The playback was horrible. I really wish there was better instructions with this program. Would another program work the same or are there levels of quality.

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Your laptop is marginal for this program

 

HP ProBook 4510s WH326UT Notebook PC - Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4400 2.2GHz, 3GB DDR3, 250GB HDD, DVDRW, 15.6" Display, Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit

 

 

What changes have to made to the laptop from when you bought it new?.

 

Are you using the hard drive for the work you are doing or an external USB connected hard drive?

 

Rather than us asking a lot of questions, could you please post this information (link)?

 

Remember the tape - age quality, storage,etc and the tape player also play a part do what you did a year ago may not be indicative of what you are doing now.

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