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Posted on 2009-04-11
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After trying Premiere CS4 Mulitcam on four different computers, i still have a problem.
When I use the Mulitcam window I only get frames from time to time. Premier pick up every change in cameras, but i dont know where i am in the scene. Have installed it on Intel Dual Core Extreme OS:XP, 3 HD, 4GB Ram and on a HP 6715 AMD Turion 64 OS:XP64 2GB ram one HD.
The prosessor goes 100% on every machine.
Anyone that have a solution / or reason for this?  
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Sorry.
I think the problem was that I used downloaded  files in NTSC while I use PAL. When I record own scenes everyting is OK.
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