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|Quality and Performance Tips
Easy Screen Capture Video creates a movie by sampling the screen on fixed-time intervals. If this sampling frequency is too slow, it may not be able to pick up some cursor movements if the mouse moves too fast. The result of this will be that the cursor will appear to jump, become jerky or even cannot be seen in the recorded movie. It is thus advisable to slow down your mouse movements during recording.
This sampling problem can also happen when you are recording a fast animation. If Easy Screen Capture Video cannot record much faster than the changes in the animation, Easy Screen Capture Video will miss out on some important data and the playback will not be smooth.
The speed of your computer will directly affect the performance of Easy Screen Capture Video. A slow CPU will unquestionably mean slower frame rates. For the best performance, use the fastest computer available for recording.
Apart from CPU speed, the following factors will also affect the performance of the recording:
An AVI file usually has a very large file size, especially for those lengthy and detailed videos. This is due to the fact that a video file has to pack hundreds and thousands of images into a single file. It is thus very common to have size exceeding one megabyte.
To reduce the size of the AVI file, you can do the following: