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01-23-2003, 06:15 AM
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Hi...does anyone know what this setting is under 'Video' menu during capture .....Cheers
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Sorry to come in late, but I'm surprised nobody has answered this in 3 weeks.

'Enable RGB Filtering' will enable you to run VirtualDub filters in real time during capture. While this can be handy, I hardly ever use it because filtering is usually far too processor intensive to do in real time without dropping frames. You might be able to get away with a simple deinterlace, crop, and resize if you have a pretty fast machine, but anything more like noise reduction will probably cause some dropped frames. I would rather spend a little extra time and do some post-capture filtering than deal with dropped frames.
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Likewise coming in late with a thankyou

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