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Old 27th March, 2002, 09:42 AM
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Angry Dropped frames..

I'm trying to capture composite video on a 64MB radeon using ulead video studio 6, and i'm dropping more frames then i'm capturing. It says it only maxes at 45% cpu usage but i don't think that the problem. 400@450 384MB ram.
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