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Whats up peeps.

hope this is the right place to put this question, anyway.

right first of i have ''AVI Screen Classic'' and ''Capture Pad'' both of which of capture streams and other stuff. anyway i found out how to capture video in WMP by turning down ''Video Acceleration'' in the tools menu. anyway my question is when capturing video is there a way to stop it, well how can i explain it plays the video then sort of stops then starts then stops.

do i turn down rendering or something, tried google but cant find nowt.
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can you restate your question? are you saying the stream you record has these issues?
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Thx for replying. No its not the stream its any video really its not a buffering issue as the video files on my harddrive. (i was testing capturing video on my harddrive just to make sure it was nothing to do with a stream a was capturing). it sorta slows down the video when playing it so when its captured it plays back in slow mo with no sound.
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whats your video setup?
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I'am sorry do you mean my WMP settings or my overall video settings as i dont know how to view these. anyway I've attached some images of my WMP video setup for you.

I have video acceleration turned down when recording.

Performance.jpg Video_Acceleration_Settings.jpg
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Double post bugger

Edited by The G, 17 August 2005 - 02:55 AM.

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