I'm using VirtualDub
to capture, what exactly does VirtualDub
do when it says "Frames Inserted" - should I ignore this? I'm getting a lot fewer dropped frames and I would like to stick with VirtualDub. According to VirtualDub, there were 7 dropped frames, with 20 frames inserted. I replayed the video after capture, but didn't notice anything out of the ordinary and the video almost looks perfect in my eyes.
I do realize the manual states the following about frames inserted, and is pretty obvious.
Video: Frames inserted
This refers to the number of aberrations in the video stream which caused VirtualDub to insert a placeholder frame into the video stream due to there being too few frames in that area (too slow). Fewer is better, although it is normal for frame inserts to occur where there are disruptions in the video stream, such as the start of a new recording on a tape.