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Old 10 Mar 2003, 01:36 PM   #1
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PIII 450Mhz
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I just upgraded from a 12 gig HD to A 40 gig and replaced Win98se with win2000 pro. With win98se I could only capture 4 gig at a time, aprox 21 minutes with Virtual Dub, using ATI VCR 1.0 CIF NTSC 352x480. With win2000 pro the 4 gig limit does not exist, but I'm cannot use the VCR 1.0 352x480 capture format because I am unable to access the ATI Multimedia Video Driver under Virtual Dub's capture preferences. It only gives me the options for the Microsoft WDM Image Capture driver. Using this driver my captured files are almost twice as big (7.5 to 8 gig per aprox 21 mins). This has pretty much defeated my purpose for upgrading in the first place. Does anyone know of any way to remedy this problem?
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Old 10 Mar 2003, 03:49 PM   #2
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You could revert to Win98SE. Now that you have an NTFS formatted hard drive (as a consequence of installing Win2000), you'll no longer be limited to a 4Gig filesize maximum...
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Thank You Setarip.

I am not quite sure how to revert back to Win98se and leave the NTFS intact. Is it even possible.
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Windows 9x cannot read or be installed on a NTFS formated HD.
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Old 2 Apr 2003, 01:31 AM   #5
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I suggest u reformat ur hd and install win98SE!
Don't forget backup ur important files!
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Old 8 Apr 2003, 11:18 PM   #6
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Thanks you guys.
Does anyone know how to capture segmented files with MGI videowave?
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