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Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Sign Up Home > Blu-ray Players & Home Systems > Blu-Ray - General > BDP-S790 DVD Player "Stuttering" -- Is anyone out ON checking the BIOS, i found that my DVD drive is installed in the primary IDE channel....for which I was unable to change to DMA mode( i guess an XP issue) 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 Adv Reply November 17th, 2011 #6 beew View Profile View Forum Posts I Ubuntu, Therefore, I Am Join Date Jun 2010 Beans 2,783 Re: DVD playback is choppy Originally Posted Check This Out

Solved: Extremely choppy DVD playback Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Jits, Aug 10, 2009. For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump the maker of ... Log in or register to post comments 02/04/2006 - 2:54pm Permalink Featured VideoBest Products of 2016 Currently Trending OMPT Selects Canon’s Vixia HF R700 as Its Camera of Choice Risen from

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Changing the settings using the suggestions here hasn't made a difference for me. Your system might be too slow to decode all pictures. Sorry that you are experiencing this issue. It played flawlessly!

  1. by afx2000 / January 11, 2007 7:54 PM PST In reply to: Solution for my system (slow/choppy DVD) Grats for solving the problem on your machine!
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  3. The picture behaves as if the driver is gently depressing the brake as he drives without taking his foot off the gas.
  4. I clicked on "Applications", then "Ubuntu Software Center" and tried some other DVD players available there under "Sound and Vdeo". "Bangarang" didn't seem to work at all for DVDs.
  5. I assumed that the drivers are installed cause i tried to installed them again when i got the pc home.
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  7. My method of burning the master is much different and always successful.
  8. Picture a car driving at a standard speed from the right of the screen to the left.
  9. VLC, WMP9/10, whatever came with the graphics card.

Quite poissbly the media player tries to get some information from the internet connection, so running up the cpu to 100%. Jits, Aug 11, 2009 #4 fairnooks Banned Joined: Oct 1, 2007 Messages: 5,251 Two suggestions, mark this thread as solved and change your experience level to more accurately reflect your level. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Windows 10 Dvd Player Choppy Common cause Frequently newer versions of Windows (WinXP, Win2000, etc) cause the internal DVD drive interface to revert to "PIO Mode" (Programmed Input/Output - an old, slow, processor-intensive data transfer protocol)

I am currently confirming the motherboard drivers are OK. Choppy Dvd Playback On Blu Ray Player Speed isn't an issue since mine is a Windows 2000 Pro with dual Pentiums/500Mhz. The thing being that VLC has a sort of internal codec structure that does not connect to other players. https://www.videomaker.com/community/forums/topic/choppy-dvd-playback It would save headaches and finger-pointing.

i shall try to download the latest driver online. Windows Dvd Player Choppy 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. Are they in place of, or in addition to, the proprietary driver? Either way, I like it, but I use the SMplayer GUI w/ it (not SMPLayer2 GUI), though either will work.

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BTW, there are no error codes displayed.It feels to me as if it's a software problem. MPlayer Forum Index page http://sourceforge.net/projects/smplayer/files/Unstable/ Should add, MPlayer (SMplayer / SMPlayer2 GUI) have more options to change settings to make use of multi core CPUs & also to set the performance Dvd Player Choppy Playback The fact is that I have a new drive and it works fine for installing software but it is just terrible for DVD playback. Choppy Dvd Playback Windows 7 by R.

I will try ripping a DVD to my hard drive to see what happens though. http://webtrekkie.com/dvd-player/dvd-playback-on-tv.php Turn on DMA on your DVD device: Linux: # hdparm -d1 /dev/dvd Windows: Go to the System section of the control panel, and go to the Hardware manager (it is sometimes Enable speed tricks, allowling VLC to decode slightly faster at the possible risk of graphical anomalies. MPC-HC is simpler & not as many options but seems to play most vids just fine. Windows 10 Dvd Player Jumpy

No release notes for it, but hopefully it solves the problem on my PC as well ... Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Open up Device Manager from the Windows Control Panel: (WinXP) - Start|Control Panel|Performance and Maintenance|See basic information about your computer, then select the Hardware tab, then press the Device Manager button. this contact form I use my main computer to watch DVDs a fair amount of the time.

User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. Windows 10 Dvd Player Skipping This can happen even with quite new, well specified PCs (e.g. 2GHz Pentium 4, 256MB memory...). If you have an old or weak machine flash is a really bad idea.

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Then, right-click on your DVD player, and check the DMA checkbox. Then experiment w/ diff Video Output Modules. It seems like it has been that way for a couple of years too, I think I am just going to stick with the version I have unless they add some Vlc Dvd Playback Stutter That's when I did the research and found that some older set-top DVD players just have a hard time playing homemade burned disks.

Log in or register to post comments 02/01/2006 - 4:08pm Permalink Endeavor Last seen: 11 years 4 months ago Joined: 10/06/2005 - 10:15pm Sounds more like an encoding problem more than Then in vlc, enable GPU acceleration for inputs and codecs. If you do try smplayer get http://webtrekkie.com/dvd-player/dvd-playback.php BTW methinks Linux is not as fast as it should be - faster than what, may I ask?

These Aren't Roasted! It's pretty straight forward, don't worry about all the settings, just get in on your hard drive. For ATI cards and Intel, apart from drivers, xvba-va driver needs to be installed. The main problem was deinterlacing.

Upgrade to the latest driver for your video board. Reply With Quote 12-17-06,04:00 PM #10 Brando View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jan 2006 Location Brandonia I don't know if this is the same thing or not We suggest that you contact Sony support directly for further troubleshooting. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

http://hexenmod.net/ Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Software Playing Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie / Whenever i try to play any DVD, the video and audio will be choppy. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Hope it helps.

Reply With Quote 12-17-06,11:34 PM #13 Malpine Walis View Profile View Forum Posts Disabled Join Date Nov 2001 Location Banned Camp Oh yes, most certainly I tried that. If supported, check that the xvideo plug-in is effectively used with:% vlc -vvvv This page is part of the informal VLC Support Guide. Windows has an annoying habit of wanting to resample your audio without it. Report Inappropriate Content Reply 0 Kudos CharlieV Expert Posts: 1,046 Registered: ‎11-12-2012 Message 2 of 5 (6,031 Views) Re: BDP-S790 DVD Player "Stuttering" -- Is anyone out there experiencing jerky motion

most of the time is ... however, since I have found a somewhat less than optomal workaround, I think that I am going to have to find the right codec pack and see what that does for The problem is that I had to replace my DVD drive a while ago because my old drive gave up the ghost.