I've spent quite a few hours googling my problem, tying to find a solution
being disappointed in finding one, I've decided to make an account here, seeking help from the experts of this forum
here is the problem:
whenever I'm tying to record audio or capture part of a movie, the recording doesn't start from the moment I click on start, it starts almost two seconds after, it also doesn't end when I click on the end button and records a few seconds more of it
does anybody have a solution for this?, can you suggest me another player that doesn't have this problem? I've tried Vlc and Km player but the same problem occurs in both of them as well.
it is really important for me that the recording starts the instant I want it to start and ends the instant I want it to end
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I don't know that you will find one. There will always be at least some delay as the software responds to the input. Same as when using a VCR, DVR, or even a cassette recorder.Google is your Friend
Last edited by Erfan; 30th Jun 2016 at 05:11.
I dont know what is your capture settings, but for me for capture is into format MPEG2 VOB -> MPEG2 video (FFMPEG64.dl land max bitrate) and MP3 audio. And I had never problem with some delay.
More demanding codec, bigger delay.
Last edited by Bernix; 1st Jul 2016 at 00:39.
I've changed the recording settings, but the delay is still there : (
You can solve start delay. I try it on my notebook, where the delay is too.
Press pause where is start position. Then ALT+C hit record and then unpause video. It will start recording when you unpaused video. The delay at the end I cant solve on the notebook. Maybe do the same. Press pause and then stop in recording.
Last edited by Bernix; 2nd Jul 2016 at 13:15.