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The movies go slow sporadically but the sound remains real time when played back on the computer in HD Writer. They are fine on playback on the unit and also when hooked to the TV. Can this be fixed? I am using a sandisk Ultra 15mb/s 8gb card.

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I had this issue on my work computer. Works fine on other computers, your computer probably has a lower spec video card that cannot comfortably handle playback of full hi definition video. Upgrade your video card.

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