Help with recording desmume.

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  1. saruto1
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    Okay I'm trying to do a walkthrough of Pokemon White, but everytime I'm recording the game play by using the desmume....it stops recording after a certain amount of time.
    Please help me fix this.
     
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    How exactly are you recording?

    Camstudio doesn't have a recording limit.
     
  3. saruto1
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    I'm using the emulators record function. Their must be a solution.
     
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    If only someone would post a solution to his problems!!
     
  5. saruto1
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    HEEEELLLLLP!
     
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    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    SUM1 HALPS!!!!!
     
  7. saruto1
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    Will you just stop being sarcastic and help? I'm not going to use camstudio. DeSmuME can record great with no skipping. I just need to know how to extend the recording length.
     
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    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    Fine... I'll be serious.

    How are you doing the recording? File -> Record AVI or File -> Record Movie?
    How long are the video 'segments' you end up with?
    Do you get any messages or errors when the recording stops?
    Are you running out of space on your hard drive?

    Does it ACTUALLY stop recording? Or does it just make different file segments?
    I recorded, uncompressed, for about 5 minutes and ended up with:
    Ragnarok DS (U)_47_591_part1.avi (1m58s, 1.96GB)
    Ragnarok DS (U)_47_591_part2.avi (1m58s, 1.96GB)
    Ragnarok DS (U)_47_591_part3.avi (0m54s, 0.90GB)
     
  9. saruto1
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    Well I'm using record avi. It just stops recording without me knowing. The file always has 22 mega bite.