AVS4You.comSupportRulesAbout Us
    ENG English    FRA Français    DEU Deutsch
Posts: 2
Registered: 10.01.2010
10.01.10 07:01:17
I am using a Sony Handcam connected to my Windows XP Pro SP 2 pro machine (Pentium 4 with 256mb of Ram) via PCI firewire card.

I just want to record my Mini DVM60 tapes straight to MPEG2 format.

Using AVS Video Recorder I have the following problems:

1. Cannot see preview of video whilst it is recording
2. When the video file size gets to about 40mb or so - AVS seems to stop writing data to the .mpeg video file. As such the Sony DV camera will continue to play but AVS video recorder will look like its recording but file size will not increase on AVS status display. On checking the video file in windows media player - only the first 10 minutes or so from the tape are actually being recorded.

This is really frustrating ? Can anyone please help?

I already had to purchase a license for the second time despite the fact that I use it on one pc!

Thanks in advance
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
12.01.10 03:17:20
To: byrnsie

Most likely, the problem occurs because your machine is not powerful enough to work with AVS software: there is not enough RAM, as well as the processor is obviously slow.

Please check up the following page where minimum system requirements for AVS Video Recorder are listed.

Best regards
Posts: 2
Registered: 10.01.2010
22.01.10 12:15:48
To: nadin


Hi - I put in 512mb of Ram - still same problems. Its a pentium 4 2ghz machine with 512 mb of ram.

any ideas? this is quite poor
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
25.01.10 03:32:46
To: byrnsie

Could you attach detailed configuration of your computer.
To create a report, you can use the following utility.

Best regards
Online:
Users:  0  
Guests:  258