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Old 23 Jul 2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default Virtual Dub Choppy Reverse

I apologize for the basic nature of this question but I've looked all over and I can't seem to get an answer I understand (any answer really!)

When I do this (with or without the trim which I added just to make sure it wasn't a frame quantity issue)


I get a video that is really, really choppy. I've created a job to save the output to a new avi and that avi is also unwatchable. Seriously unwatchable.

I wonder what's going on. I would really appreciate ANY help I can get.

Thanks a lot!!!
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