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Thread: Frames Dropped (sorry another newbie question)

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    Default Frames Dropped (sorry another newbie question)

    Hi there...

    I know this was asked before, but Im really new to video capturing/editing so I thought I should post this question with my own specificications.

    I have a Radeon 9600 Pro All-in-Wonder and a SONY camcorder PC100. I tried to capture some minidvs footages with a firewire cable, but unfortunately I'm getting 200-300 frames dropped for each 20 minutes of movie.

    I'm running a Pentium 4, 1.8, with 1 MB Ram, and a HD Barracuda 7200 rpm.

    Would a new Serial ATA harddrive solve my problems? Another capturing software? A new Pentium HT processor?

    Sorry for any inconvenience and thanks in advance!

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    You shouldn't really be dropping frames with your spec. How full is your hard drive? Have you defragged recently? Check out my guide to hard drives: http://www.marcpeters.co.uk/video-ed...harddrive.html

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    Thanks Marc!

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