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My web cam connects to the computer via USB 2.0. However, I've been experiencing problems lately. There is always inevitable lag when recording videos, though my computer is fast enough (3.0 Ghz) and has sufficient USB bandwith. As a result, the videos are only 10 fps, as compared to the past when I could capture a considerable amount of 25 fps videos using the same hardware. Moreover, the videos ain't compressed, therefore the lag would not be a result of high CPU usage. Any suggestions to improve this condition? Thanks a lot. :tazz:
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