I'd suggest using latest beta / Unstable versions. My PC is assembled at a computer hardware store where they specialise in selling seperate parts and assembling for customers. 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 At any rate, taking the computer off-line solved the problem.
In my case (and most I've read on the Web), the easiest solution is to "Uninstall" the affected IDE channel from the Device Manager window, then reboot, allowing Windows to re-install It can also be caused by the telecine used on some NTSC DVDs. Minitube ppa https://launchpad.net/~nilarimogard/+archive/webupd8 Last edited by beew; November 17th, 2011 at 04:37 AM. I got one new LG Super DVD and a TDK one transplanted from my old PC.
I noticed my Secondary IDE was still in PIO so I uninstalled it but when it came back it went right back to PIO mode for both Transfer and Current Transfer What are you using to view the video? It also supports newer Open GL3 video output that I think makes a difference on some HIGHER res vid. when there's more action, pan-shots etc.
to >80%) during these "busy" times when frames are dropped. Rule out your drive: Rip the DVD to your hard drive with DVD shrink. After many headaches from trying to watch DVD's, I'm going with screwy software as my guess. Windows 10 Dvd Player Choppy Playback problem occurs on our DVD player (3 yrs old) and portable DVD player (1 yr old).
MPC-HC supports DXVA using XP. This would tell you if the problem has to do with +R's or -R's. - It could even be a mater of the brand of disk you're using too. - You by nat_sora / December 21, 2006 8:08 AM PST In reply to: Just A Thought For Both Posts... That kind of stutter can happen if the frame rate and refresh rate of the monitor don't match.
Some people install another program, called SMPlayer. her latest blog This problem may be (is supposed to be?) fixed in Windows XP service pack 2 (SP2) Created: December 2003 Last modified: 18 August 2004 Source: http://www.techmind.org/dvd/ ©2004 William Andrew Steer firstname.lastname@example.org Dvd Player Choppy Playback by R. Windows 10 Dvd Player Jumpy You seem to have found the problem quickly, but if various settings are wrong, it can take days to experiment, if you're not an expert (I'm not).
by W.A. A couple of other things to try too: - Take your disk(s) to a friend's or heighbor's house and see if the same kind of issue occures on their players. Then, right-click on your DVD player, and check the DMA checkbox. It could be a frame rate/refresh rate thing. Choppy Dvd Playback On Blu Ray Player
Ubuntu 10.4 has "Movie Player" out of the box - and it seems to have a buffering bug, at least with some DVD movies. i5 Devil's canyon @4.5ghz, 16gb of Gskill DDR3, Gigabyte z97SLI, EVGA 970 SC, OCZ Vertex 3 120GB,WD 2TB for games, Xclio 650w psu, Scythe Infinity 2X Kingwin 80cfm 120mm fans, X-fi VSG:Video:Choppy From VideoLAN Wiki Jump to: navigation, search VLC can partially play video, but its playback is choppy. poor drivers can be at fault.
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it's not a hardware issue. I try the latest open source nouveau driver (through xorg-edgers) on some newer Nvidia machines and it works great, but unfortunately support for old cards isn't that great either. If you want to use an external usb dac for audio in windows you need that. Nvidia Purevideo Are they in place of, or in addition to, the proprietary driver?
Reply With Quote 12-17-06,07:59 AM #4 David View Profile View Forum Posts Forums Super ModeratorOverclockers.com Lead Editor Join Date Feb 2001 Location Glasgow, Scotland Any background tasks running? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. It's not so much 'choppy' I'd say, as 'hesitant'. How would a non-Microsoft codec pack conflict with VLC which uses it's own codecs?
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Also, depending on your graphics card (or integrated graphics) - need a pretty good GPU that is capable of playing the format & resolution/ data rates of newer, hi res vids. It's not so much 'choppy' I'd say, as 'hesitant'. VLC wont do that. Can't figure out why as my desktop plays it perfectly fine.