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Choppy video playback? Does anyone know anything sbout that? my camera is working but when i record a video its lagging. When i try to play that video back, it goes 2x fast and the audio is choppy. I

When I record a video on my compaq labtop it lags a little but it will allow me to record. But when I playback the video that i just recorded, it plays back in fast forward and the audio is very choppy and broken up. How do I fix this?

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