editing problems

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Joined: Sep 9 2004

> Thanks for your last advise that you gave last time I had a problem
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> to backup my DVD-R after capture them from a VHS.
> I used DVD+R (4.7Gb). I succeed with no problems, and the burning was =
> excellent, Only One problem I am having in my recording it seems that =
> the DVD+r that I created skips some frames.
> I am using Ulead DVD Move Factory 3 CPU 1.4Ghz, 512Mb DDR Ram 128 Mb
> Ati =
> sapphire radeon 200Gb Harddisk and to capture Ezmaker via USB 2.0, OS =
> Win Xp with Service Pack 1 & 2.
> I was going to upgrade my cpu to 2.6Ghz do you think it could improve
> my =
> final product.
> Regards
> Justin Bajada

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Joined: Aug 16 2000

i think a second hard drive to capture footage to would be a good idea too.
having your programs , your captured footage and your final edit for dvd all on the same harddrive will be pushing it's read./write capabilities to the limit.

if this is the usb2 version of the device , you are trying to use it on a machine below recommended capabilities. your cpu is only 2/3 of required capability.


CPU: Pentium® IV 2 GHz or Higher /AMD™ 2100XP or Higher
Operating System: Windows® 2000/XP (Supports PC only)
Interface: USB 2.0 · Audio Line-in from Sound Card
AGP 4X Graphic VGA Card
Memory: 256 DDR (Direct DRAM)
CD or DVD Burner Required for Recording CDs or DVDs (CD/DVD burner not included

Gary MacKenzie

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