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Image corruption between HyperCam and Ulead

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I am wanting to make a "movie" for demonstrating a software product. I am using Hypercam to capture images of the software in use (i.e. mouse clicking and screen opening). Initially this was giving corrupt images but them I adjusted the Hardware Acceleration where I was getting a clear image without the whole system freezing.
I then tried to put this file into a movie within Ulead and MS Movie Maker but in both cases the images appear corrupt when played back. I have the Hardware Acceleration at the same level as for when using Hypercam.
I have a new Toshiba Tecra A7 lap top running XP. I have demo versions both software products mentioned above.
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try the free program FrontCam ( www.frontcam.com/ ) to record a screen cast

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