#4 no sound when using full frames

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2007-02-19
2007-02-16
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If I chose the option "always full frames" then there is no sound after an initial click. If I don't chose the option the video recording is crappy...

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    Please provide more information on your setup,
    including at least:

    i) CPU model and architecture
    ii) Graphics card and drivers you are using
    iii) Distribution
    iv) Anything else you consider important or
    less common in your setup (e.g. compiz/beryl)
    v) version of recordMyDesktop

    Also please explain in what way is the video
    distorted/not-satisfactory (if possible it would
    be better to link to one, for me to see myself)

    As a first thought though, it seems to me
    that this is the result of insufficient CPU
    power. Full-frames requires a lot more processing
    power and if your computer can't handle it
    then it is possible to get weird behavior like
    this one.

     
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    i) Pentium M, 1.6Ghz
    ii) ATI Technologies Inc RV350 [Mobility Radeon 9600 M10] using the radeon driver with Xorg.
    iii) Debian etch
    iv) It's a laptop, hp nc6000
    v) latest version and cvs.

    I could mail you a video if you contact me at gerhard <at> killesreiter <dot> de

    You might be right about insufficient computing power. When I tried a smaller window I got at least some sound.

     
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    This bug is being closed as invalid, as the sound issue is related
    to insufficient CPU power and the distortion in the video
    seems to rely outside recordMyDesktop
    (Xdamage events not delivered properly).

     
    • status: open --> closed-invalid