I've read that VirtualDub
has had sync issues whereby frames can be dropped or new ones inserted. I suppose the reason was that the timing was locked to the audio? And so for capturing video, it's been suggested to use VirtualDub
VCR+Sync to lock the timming to the video?
Is this still a problem in VirtualDub where you could loose frames on capture and not know? Or, does the latest stable VirtualDub version 1.9.11 pretty much solve the problem of lost frames now during capture where it's no longer suggested to use VirtualDub VCR+Sync?
What would be the reason to use VirtualDub VCR+Sync?