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When i connect my camcorder and try to record video from it onto my pc, the video is constantly freezing. It seems a little better when i try it when i'm not connected to the internet, but it still freezes. Also, when watching videos on youtube etc, the video constantly freezes.... why is this?

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This is probably due to insufficient RAM or a slow processor. you should try defragging and a disk clean on your computer before upgrading your RAM. hope this helps. please rate me and thanks for choosing enterprise computing solutions

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Watch the Zoom

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Most camcorders now will come with some effects built in. While things like wipes and fades can be great things to add to your finished video it is better to add them in a video editing program instead of to your raw video. Whatever effects you do to your video when you shoot it you are stuck with forever. For instance if you shoot your child's birthday party in black and white, then you'll never have the option to watch it in color. If you add the back and white in a video editing program then if you decide you'd like it in color after all you can simply take the effect off.

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Most built-in camcorder microphones are pretty messup when it comes to recording audio. If you have a place to plug one into your camcorder, consider purchasing a small lavaliere microphone. A lavaliere microphone is a small microphone that will clip onto your subjects clothing and can make your audio sound much better. Lavaliere microphones can usually be purchased rather inexpensively and are well worth the investment for the quality they can give your video.

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