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Video Capture Help

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by kode20, Dec 27, 2002.

  1. kode20

    kode20 Member

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    I Have a P3 600Mhz, 192MB SD RAM, 10GB HD, Creative Vibra & NVIDIA G-Force system.
    Got a USD TV tuner Card that works fine.

    When it comes to capturing, the software captures the video but drops a lot of frames and it results in jumpy video.
    I've tried many programs like AVI_IO, Adobe Premiere, Virtual Dub & Ulead Video Studio 5 and I get the same results. Is it because of my system? software? How do i prevent this?
    If it is software....can u pls suggest any good video capturing/editing tool and where I can find the panasonic MPEG 1 plugin for premiere.
     
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    I`m not an expert on video capture but I think your problem is your capture card. Maybe you can set resolution a little down. I have an AVerTV USB that works great at 320 x 240, good at 640 x 480 and like crap at higher resolutions. I'm trying to find a better device myself!! Hope it helps
     
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    Thanks 4 the suggestion.
    I finally found a way.
    By the way...which encoder do u use?
     

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