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I was very exited to get this capture device until i actually used it, i felt great disappointment as it had a very bad lag when used to record. I don't know if it is just me but I'm not happy at all, in fact i am buying a new laptop just to test it.
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Initial post: 13 Oct 2012, 20:53:31 BST
Dylan Cloonan says:
What ram is the laptop you're using now and the processor speed. If you don't know go to start computer right click and properties.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Oct 2012, 20:22:27 BST
Mr. A. de Al says:
hummm hi... first of all ram and processor is crucial. and also check if your recording in real time if you arent please put in real time.
Posted on 24 Oct 2012, 04:23:32 BST
If you're buying a new laptop to test it then that suggests you're not confident that your current PC is up to the task at hand. It'd be worth waiting until you have your new laptop before leaving a negative review. Maybe you did get a defective product but I think it'd be better holding off judgement until you can verify the problem isn't on your end. Mine works perfectly with recording.
Posted on 29 Oct 2012, 11:01:27 GMT
Please ignore people saying RAM and Processor speeds are Crucial and important, as they do factor they do not cause lag, as roxio video recording program uses a fraction of your Computers resources. i believe the main reason you are experiencing lag will be the Write speed of your HDD, Your capturing 120 screens per second and if your have a 7200rps HDD it will lag out recording, i suggest buying a SSD (solid State Drive) as these have much better performance, and will give you no lag! also stop using your laptop, they are nowhere near the speed and capabilities of a desktop PC.
Experience: 12 Years of building computers, 3 Years of recording games.
Posted on 3 Nov 2012, 21:51:55 GMT
Wayne Pond says:
If the lag you are referring to is the 2 second difference between what happens on your TV screen and what happens on your PC/laptop screen, that is not lag but supposed to happen. The delay is part of the actual program and allows the capturing program to process the video being captured, nothing to do with your specifications. It is all explained on the Roxio website.
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