Camera: Panasonic PV-GS300
Capturing at high qualities than the recommended 3mb per minute with Windows Movie Maker will cause the captured .wmv file to skip around in places. If footage is captured at 3mb per minute, it works just fine, but I would like to capture at a higher quality. My computer is a bit old, and slower than most. It is a Pentium 4 1.8ghz with 256mb of ram. I couldn't figure out the video memory.
I know it isn't the camera or the cable because I captured footage on my dad's computer which is a P4, 3.2ghz with 1gb of ram, at 14mb per minute, which was the default. The footage came out flawless.
So my question is, how can I fix the skipping in the captured file? Do I need more RAM, more video memory, or a faster processor? I don't know. I hope I don't need a faster processor because that is something not easily replaceable .