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Camtasia runs really slow in editing mode. I am using the PIP feature also and the web cam part gets really slow while the capture part is going at regluar speed

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I am using camtasia studio 7 from techsmith. But, when I try to render my projects, its very very slow.Sometimes it slows my PC too. My Pc hardware info:- Ram :- 1 GB HDD :- 320 GB
please help me....thanx in advance

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