Photo Booth video recording laggy - Leopard.

Discussion in 'macOS' started by audioartist, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. audioartist macrumors newbie

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    I just upgraded to leopard on my MacBook Pro (2.4ghz Duo & 2GB ram) and have been messing around in Photo Booth, I noticed when I record a video with a video backdrop the process turns out sluggish and jerky.

    It only seems to be the backdrop that is quite laggy so I was wondering if this is just a case of there not being enough ram to handle it or is something else up.

    Cheers.
     
  2. ckurowic macrumors regular

    ckurowic

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    same issue

    I've got 4GB of RAM and I have the same issue. I don't think its a RAM issue.
     
  3. hankolerd macrumors 6502

    hankolerd

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    Seattle, WA
  4. Marcus English macrumors newbie

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    Using Protools with Photobooth

    To whom ever can help me figure this out. I'm a musician and would like to record a few of my songs. So i'm trying to use pro tools with photo booth, but whenever i try recording it just records straight from my m-box and puts my voice in the left speaker and guitar in the right with no effects that i set up in protools. how do i get the settings and effects that i set up in pro tools to record in photo booth rather than straight from the m-box. If you could tell me how to get this working that would be great. My email is "marcus-english@live.com"
    Cheers
     
  5. geisha macrumors newbie

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    system preferences

    hello there. today i saw an quastion mark on my skype,so i delete it and i downloaded i new one.after that,i saw another quastion mark on my system preferences. i was panic,i couldn't open it,so i removed it from dock.
    now i can't find it anywhere !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek: and after iphoto,textedit etc,everything i have on my deck !!!!!!!!!!!
    please tell me what to do!
    thank you :)
     

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