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    Is anyone making DVD's from their go pro. I have a hero 3 black and when I load it to my computer the video isn't smooth. Just wondering what other people are doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4-rocks View Post
    Is anyone making DVD's from their go pro. I have a hero 3 black and when I load it to my computer the video isn't smooth. Just wondering what other people are doing.
    Specs on the computer?
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    Slow video processor trying to sync the audio with the video. Most computers can't do 1080p without a off the motherboard graphics card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott91MJ View Post
    Slow video processor trying to sync the audio with the video. Most computers can't do 1080p without a off the motherboard graphics card.
    What he said.

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    Thanks, for the information, I guess it's time to hit the store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4-rocks View Post
    Thanks, for the information, I guess it's time to hit the store.
    The phrase you want to remember is "discrete graphics"

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    I've found it takes a fairly fast PC with a good graphics GPU to process videos from go pros . go pros record at a high resolution (1080p) and high frame rate and if your PC isn't up to par, its the PC that will cause the poor playback and processing it to DVDs. My wife's laptop is much newer then mine but it does not have a separate video card like mine. Hers is just a very low end laptop with a basic CPU and shared graphics hers will not process high resolution videos. Mine does it no problem.

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    I've had my lap top for a couple of years, I might just talk to the guy at the computer store and see if he can build me something.

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