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Hi,

The "Capturing" time is limited (from my experience) only by the free space on your hard drive that is used for data storage. You can change this drive setting in the setups inside the studio software. You may want to refer to the Pinnacle User Forums on www.pinnaclesys.com they can be very helpful.

If you mean something else by your word "Recording" can you please specify what that might be ?

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