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Video playblack really slow when transferred to Computer

This is what I am trying to accomplish. I have video on my camcorder and I am using the connectors from the ati card to plug in my camcorder and then using Nero to capture that video. It appears that it records fine but then when I try and play it back after recording it it is super slow. I can't figure out what the problem is. Any help in this matter is greatly appreciated.

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Chris

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Most of camcorder was bundled with the cable and the driver..
There are 2 type of cable , first is usb , and the 2nd is firewire...
USB 1.1 is having 150 MBit/s while USB 2.0 have 480 MBit/s and Firewire maybe vary depends on the type..
Though you must have good specification of computer when you want to burn the video and make it readable to the CD/DVD player... or just want to play in your computer..
This is the specification .. you should check it whether it's match or not..
1. The processor.. It's better to have the Intel Pentium rather than AMD because your transfer take a long time to go.. to transfer the data.. AMD produces more heat than Intel..
The bigger clock of the Processor and mostly the bigger L2 cache memory of the processor is the better...
2. Harddisk
You must have a harddisk more than 80 GB because when you transfer the data from camcorder to your harddisk, it takes a large amount of disk space.. this also will reduce the performance of the playback , since windows will give you warning of low disk space...
You must have a harddisk with it's bigger cache memory especially 8 MB memory.. This will speed up the playback performance....
Your harddisk also must have the minimum spindle rate of 7200 rpm (this will accelerate the level of playback) The bigger spindle rate of the hard disk will always increase the reading level of your data which reside in it...
3. The amount of Memory ..
Make it sure at least you have 1 GB RAM
PS: Better to have DDR2 RAM because the higher bandwith...
Try to use the identical chip (not by brand) especaily when you use 2 kind of memory)
4. Mainboard ...
Use the intel chipset ,,..(as the north bridge and the south bridge).. frequently accelerate the performance better than sis or via..
Optional : find the dual channel memory bank and place the point 3 (2 identical memory here).. it will boost up your play back performane
5. The Graphic Card
Use at least 256 MB Graphic Card which have 8X data transfer rate... you can use PCI express with X16 when your motherboard support it..
Hope this thing will solve your problem...
if it doesn't email me at Profsoh_bk@yahoo.com and don't forget to vote

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