Audio skips when I send to DV camera

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Audio skips when I send to DV camera

Postby Kalani » Sun, 03 Aug 2003 11:49:28 GMT

I am having problems when I send a movie to record to tape 
on my Sony MiniDV Camcorder via firewire.  The audio pops 
intermittently.  I originally used a 128kbps .wma, then a 
470kbps .wma and that was even worse.  I got the best, yet 
unsatisfactory results from a 44100MHz 16bit stereo .wav 
file.  I have a 2.0GHz P4 and 512MB PC2100DDR ram.

Please Help!

Re: Audio skips when I send to DV camera

Postby Cari (MS-MVP) » Mon, 04 Aug 2003 06:37:54 GMT

Ensure you're running as little in the background as possible.  Turn off
Seti at Home, Seti Spy, Instant Messenger, Windows Messenger, even antivirus
(though don't forget to turn it back on when you've finished)....

Cari
www.coribright.com








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