I solved my problem, it was with my Bluray ODD. higher res. from lachsOr's) to same folder where MPlayer was. These settings are for bluray and mkv!! have a peek at this web-site
My PC is assembled at a computer hardware store where they specialise in selling seperate parts and assembling for customers. Adv Reply January 18th, 2011 #2 gordintoronto View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Feb 2008 Beans 4,837 DistroXubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Re: Quote 16th Sep 201219:38 #15 robjv1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateAug 2005 LocationOregon, USA I have some issues with VLC being choppy with certain versions Need 4 Speed - BH Reply With Quote 12-17-06,01:33 AM #3 Malpine Walis View Profile View Forum Posts Disabled Join Date Nov 2001 Location Banned Camp Well, I have tried
by afx2000 / January 11, 2007 5:20 PM PST In reply to: DVD playback is slow / choppy This is a very interesting thread for me. Adv Reply November 17th, 2011 #4 beew View Profile View Forum Posts I Ubuntu, Therefore, I Am Join Date Jun 2010 Beans 2,783 Re: DVD playback is choppy @diacad It Or if not the graphics card, what is the weak link?
It's now 100% of the time. Welcome to OCF! This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by SDub Micke00 Newbie Private Message Joined: May 27, 2011 17:13 Messages: 18 Offline Feb 05, 2014 14:54 I had the same problem with Windows Dvd Player Choppy Nelson MChem(Edin) PhD(Strath) MRSC [ResearcherID: D-3927-2011] [Google Scholar] OC Forums Super Moderator // Overclockers.com Editor The Workhorse: [Lenovo W510] Intel Core i7-720QM / 8 GB DDR3 / nVidia Quadro FX880M /
Answer IMPORTANT: Poor picture quality on a High-Definition Television (HDTV) may be related to the type of signal being received;click herefor further information. Windows 10 Dvd Player Jumpy Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Jan 16 © Videomaker, Inc. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/dvd-playback-is-slow-choppy-224566/ It seems like most of us in this thread has AMD GPU's.
Then in vlc, enable GPU acceleration for inputs and codecs. Vlc Dvd Playback Stutter Was not the problem!!! My CPU usage never hits 100%, but it does spike up and down in the neighborhood of 10%-60%. I quit using my pc alltogether for burning dvd's I now use my mac and toast, and I have about 300% less problems with dvds.
Its most pronounced in the clips containing motion, either panning the camera or moving objects. https://www.videomaker.com/community/forums/topic/choppy-dvd-playback This answered my question Reply Reply to this topic Powered by JForum 2.1.8 © JForum Team Dvd Player Choppy Playback Jan 16 Choppy playback on magix pro... Choppy Dvd Playback On Blu Ray Player Now you know what's going on, choose your own solution from the WWW.
Quote 3rd Jun 201213:16 #6 hello_hello View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMar 2012 ZepHead, is DVD playback choppy when you use another media player or is Check This Out Jan 18 Building a Library of Images... I use Yadif (2x). http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=523029 Reply With Quote 12-17-06,03:50 PM #9 Malpine Walis View Profile View Forum Posts Disabled Join Date Nov 2001 Location Banned Camp Well, the drive is an Aopen burner with Choppy Dvd Playback Windows 7
Adv Reply November 17th, 2011 #7 diacad View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Aug 2010 Beans 14 Re: DVD playback is choppy to beew: Nothing works. I bought PDVD 13 because I had PDVD 9 preinstalled. Source SMplayer plays dvd files just fine but actually I find powerdvd9 the best dvd software I've used.
In fact, I have some DVDs of old 70's TV shows and on my computer, I can see the grain of the film that was used originally. Nvidia Purevideo LiquidWeb Skip to main content Main menuHomeVideo CoursesForumsNewsMagazineStorePlus MembershipMy AccountLog inSign Up SUBSCRIBE► Print► Tablet Videomaker eNews Email * Search form Secondary menuActive TopicsRecent TopicsUnanswered Topics You are hereForums » Editing Since people expect a computer to play video these days, I am afraid that Ubuntu may not be the solution often touted for rescuing XP class computers from the dump.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Maybe, just maybe ... Updated my motherboard drivers it didn't help as well... Some of those may /may not be fixed. Smplayer How would a non-Microsoft codec pack conflict with VLC which uses it's own codecs?
Apparently, it is possible for a given player to connect to a different codec than what is required. Lost password/username? As the title suggests, when playing Blurays, the playback is very choppy and there are often artifacts polluting the picture. http://filevox.com/dvd-player/dvd-s-will-not-play-consistently.html With the right player you can use DXVA with XP though.
On the basis of this, I would recommend loading VLC in addition (or instead of) the supplied "Movie Player", at least until someone looks into the Movie Player buffering problem - Log in or register to post comments 02/04/2006 - 1:52pm Permalink Endeavor Last seen: 11 years 4 months ago Joined: 10/06/2005 - 10:15pm Do they have tech support? I never worked with Magix's Movie Edit so I'm in the dark on that but maybe someone else has. Reply With Quote 12-17-06,12:56 AM #2 nd4spdbh2 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Nov 2005 Location Camarillo, CA! are you using some sort of decoder like nvidia pure
Media Player Classic - Home Cinema x64 ... i shall try to download the latest driver online. Release notes say what changes are. 4) MPlayer2 (win version here mplayer2_lachsOr's Index of downloads ) may do better on some vids. Everything else failed ...
most of the time is ... Quote 24th Jun 201211:47 #8 natalia25 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2011 LocationTX For me, solution to VLC not playing some - esp. So now I guess that I will just have to look around and find the codec pack that matches the player software that came with my video card and change them MPC-HC supports DXVA using XP.
I think this results from a very rapid change in the amount of motion from one frame to another. It has a much better menu structure, and you can adjust file stream cache size easily.