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I have aproblem with Studio Movie Plus

When I start capture from My analog camcorder atroght Pinnacla USB, the video transfer appear blury and low qualty

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Hi Vicmon,

What is the specs of your video card?

if you have a lower version of video card
I suggest to purchase a recommended one which is the 128mb,
much better if you would have the 256mb for the better result.


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