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Sound delay After I record a video, in playback the sound is not in sync with my lips. Every video I record the words are delayed.

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  • chpen May 17, 2009

    Thank you so much. More ram it will be. As far as paging file, wouldn't know where to begin. Not computer savy. Sound card is good. My logitec cam, sound was great.

    Thanks again.

  • chpen May 20, 2009

    HP windows Vista 32bit

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Need more ram, or increase paging file. better video card.

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    Jim Carlton May 18, 2009

    What operating system do you have. I can send inst.

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    Jim Carlton May 21, 2009

    OK. Go into control panel.....open system icon......click on advanced tab.....click on preformance settings tab.....click advanced tab again....click on virtual memory change button...check custom button, change min size to 3000, max size to 5000. this will make 5 gig of hard drive to be used as more ram.......good luck...please let me know how it works.......Jim JCarlton@FlightComponents1.com.......

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