2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 20, 2007 11:44 AM by Joinesm

    Resolution problems

    Joinesm Level 1
      I'm trying to record a tutorial at full screen (1920 x 1200), however, whenever I perform a Drag-and-Drop operation, the screen turns white and has problems updating until the end of the Drag-and-Drop event.

      Is there a limitation on the screen size that can be recorded with flash? Hardware requirements?

      (My computer: 2 Ghz Core 2 Duo with 2 GB of memory)

      Thanks,
      Steve
        • 1. Re: Resolution problems
          CatBandit Level 3
          From what you've said it sounds more likely that your issue is the video (graphics) system, not the processor support system. Try turning graphics hardware acceleration "off" ... or at least adjust it.

          Accessing the hardware acceleration properties is different for each system, but if you open "Help and Support System" (from the help menu in Control Panel, or a variety of other paths) and type "graphics hardware acceleration" into the "Search" blank, you should find how to adjust these settings on any Windows OS version.

          HTH
          • 2. Re: Resolution problems
            Joinesm Level 1
            So I tried disabling and adjusting the graphics hardware acceleration settings, but I still have the same problem.

            In fact, If I just drag an icon around the desktop at full mode, everything slows down and the animation created is 95% unviewable.

            THat said, I don't need to record to that size, but it does give me problems. Thanks for the help, though