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    Default Losing to many frames

    When I import from a tape into Premiere I always lose a lot of frames. So when the movie/clip is done I often see blue lines after something that moves fast, or not really fast normal spead to be honest. is there any way to prevent this from happening?

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    Are you capturing by firewire ? If you are then I would say that your PC's spec needs to be updated

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    Might also help if you shut down any programmes that are running in the bacground while capturing

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    Not sure if I'm using wirefire, I got this problem when I imported a movie at school, then a friend of mine told me that he has the same problem

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    how did you capture from the cam then?

    Sounds like a lack of PC horespower to me

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