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pup Name: Brian Rowe
Date of Birth: 9/7/1980
Location: Brew City USA

All-time favorite game: Fallout 2 (PC)
Least favorite game: Friday the 13th (NES)

Title: It's always something
Posted: February 20, 2008 (12:14 AM)
My Gamebridge came in the mail, albeit a few minutes before I left for work. I spent all day trying to decide which game to pop in first. What did I have, and what could I do, that was worth recording? Gitaroo Man won by a landslide, but mainly because the music might overshadow my average skill.

After a few failed installations I was cruising along. Then the glitches came. A lot of people complained about occasional problems with the audio and visual not syncing up, but this was a complete descent into pixelated, white noise chaos. I let it sit for a few minutes and everything seemed fine. I played a few levels and made a few recordings.

Next problem. I tried to import a video into Windows Movie Maker, and received a program crashing error. The same thing happened with every single video. So to sum things up, I'm right back at square one $40 less in my pocket. I've been wanting to get a new video editing program. Maybe that'll help.

*Downloaded the SUPER file conversion program and everything is running smoothly. Apparently, Movie Maker has problems with MPEG files over a few seconds, so I switched them to AVI.
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honestgamerUser: honestgamer
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Posted: February 20, 2008 (06:05 PM)
Yeah, you have to convert files before screwing around with them in MovieMaker, but after the conversion process they're just fine to edit. There are a few free programs online to do that, so I was able to work around that limitation pretty easily.
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