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    "Prevents Time Machine from doing backups 100% o..."

    January 7, 2010  |   By bostonfunnyman


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Evocam now crashes everyday we don't know why. Here is an earlier 12/22/09 unedited email to Evocam support and their response:

    > We use Evocam and archive timelapse movies from triggered motion sensors.
    > Problem: I am on a Mac 2 x 2.8 Ghz Quad-Core Intel Tower running OS 10.6.2 with Time Machine.
    > 100% of the time, Time machine will stall, continues to TRY and backup, but will not.
    > Only fix? Quit Evocam.

    Unfortunately it is QuickTime which is preventing backups while video is being captured, so we're
    not able to fix or work around this problem in EvoCam.


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