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Data lags For no apparent reason, the audio and video plays on my PC at 50% the original speed. There seems to be no issue with my camcorder - the Sony DCR-HC14E plays the video without problems on the camera. All I can think of is that the firewire card is capturing too slow, but there isn't anything I can do with it! Help!

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Re: Data lags - Sony Handycam DCR-HC14E Mini DV Digital Camcorder Video Cameras

How about this. Try another PC.

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There are two possible solutions. One, as the camcorder suggests, is to record at a lower resolution. The other is to get and use a faster card.
Since you didn't specify the make and model of your camcorder, I can't tell you what speed card you need. Please refer to the specifications page in the manual, or the section on memory cards.

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