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This works with some codecs, such as H.264. 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 Forum Video Software Playing What can cause a choppy playback of DVD in VLC player? + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 16 of 16 What can cause a choppy playback It seems as if something is not timing properly on my system.

Go to Tools → Preferences (All) → Video Codecs → FFmpeg → Allow Speed Tricks → Select 'All'. Posted: Mon, 01/23/2006 - 5:56pm Log in or register to post comments Videoman Last seen: 11 years 2 months ago Joined: 11/20/2005 - 4:08am What program and what speed are you Proffitt Forum moderator / December 22, 2006 12:11 AM PST In reply to: COrrection on the above This is a fine example of disregarding the forum note takes us down the Proffitt Forum moderator / December 21, 2006 12:07 AM PST In reply to: DVD Playback Choppy / slow How many expert installs I run across with missing or outdated motherboard drivers.Here's

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My drivers are up to date. by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / December 21, 2006 8:21 AM PST In reply to: It doesn't work... Retrieved from "https://wiki.videolan.org/index.php?title=VSG:Video:Choppy&oldid=26929" Category: VLC Support Guide Personal tools Create account Log in Login with OpenID Namespaces VSG Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Help / Documentation

Reply With Quote 12-17-06,09:26 AM #6 hyperasus View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Nov 2004 Location USA Is your computer overclocked? If Ubuntu cannot play video as well as XP on an equivalent hardware configuration, then that is really a major black mark against it. I'm wondering if it has something to do with compression and bitrate settings you're authoring at. Windows 10 Dvd Player Choppy The reason that I have kept VLC player is that I like the features, and above all - the sound.

Where did you get that arcane information? Choppy Dvd Playback Windows 7 I have already tried downloading new drivers for my graphics card, my mobo and flashing new firmware for the drive and nothing that I do is working. However, once the movie is compiled and burned to the DVD, it becomes choppy during playback, almost as if a few frames are either skipped or deleted during the rendering or additional hints Isn't that kind of the point of a player using internal codecs rather than system ones?

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. Windows Dvd Player Choppy My computer was off-line for a few days. The reason that I have kept VLC player is that I like the features, and above all - the sound. 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

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I have the same problem with my new HP and would also like to know what the answer is that would correct this Junker. Forgot your password? Dvd Player Choppy Playback In Linux, you can additionally upgrade your drivers to the latest XFree86 version. Windows 10 Dvd Player Jumpy The ripped disc worked fine in VLC (on the second try - somehow I managed to mess up the first rip with one part of the movie being in French, another

when there's more action, pan-shots etc. 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 Then in vlc, enable GPU acceleration for inputs and codecs. I've noticed this before when my overclock wasn't 100% rock solid stable. Choppy Dvd Playback On Blu Ray Player

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 I don't know what it was set to before graphics driver update, but I chose OpenGL (other players show just "GL") & problem immediately solved. Adv Reply November 22nd, 2011 #9 diacad View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Aug 2010 Beans 14 Re: DVD playback is choppy No intention I also have a high-end computer and a high-end video card.

Plus have drivers that ALSO handle these types of files, resolutions, etc. Vlc Dvd Playback Stutter it's not a hardware issue. I tried ripping them and then playing the ripped file, but it's still choppy / laggy.

Then the next time you put in a disc and the play options box comes up check "always perform selected action" and double click "play with media player classic".

  • I have tried a number of suggestions including driver updates (nothing found), different playback programs (WMP 11 and Nero), uninstalling the secondary IDE drivers, and different dvd encoders.
  • What happens is that the picture seems to be dropping frames or something (I am not even sure what the proper language is to describe this) and it freezes for a
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  • Could search their fourm or post there. 2) I don't play DVDs w/ VLC, but settings must be correct for DVD to play well.
  • Will let you know how things goes.
  • But I cannot keep Vista, because I borrowed it just for testing this DVD problem.
  • You can check by following the cables from the motherboard.
  • Which is leading me towards the idea that whatever I am dealing with is in hardware somehow....
  • Whenever i try to play any DVD, the video and audio will be choppy.
  • It's especially noticeable when the camera zooms out from a location, and the zoom isn't smooth.

On newer, 1920x1080, high KB/s vids, it can make a diff. How would a non-Microsoft codec pack conflict with VLC which uses it's own codecs? 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. Nvidia Purevideo Sounds like mplayer doesn't have DXVA playback abilities, which uses the video card to do the decoding rather than the CPU.

Is it just DVDs or other video type too such as AVI or MKV etc? I will try ripping a DVD to my hard drive to see what happens though. Oh wait, I do." Reply With Quote 09-20-11,03:33 PM #20 deathman20 View Profile View Forum Posts High Speed Senior Join Date Aug 2002 Location Where the Cheese Heads Live Originally All rights reserved.

Does it only happen when playing DVDs? 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 Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Quite poissbly the media player tries to get some information from the internet connection, so running up the cpu to 100%.

Both are PATA drives btw. Staff Online Now cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Multimedia > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here www.makemkv.comMakeMKV support forum Login Register FAQ Search It is currently Wed Feb 08, 2017 4:18 has a media player and if you use it to play a DVD ripped to your hard drive it will start from the first VOB and move on to the next

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Computer Help forum 23 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon It works better with dvd menus, which still aren't well supported by many players even after all this time. Saw a reply about downloading the latest version ofDirectX - did so, and installed a few different dvd's in the player and they all play great - Hope this might help 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

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 Reason: new information Adv Reply November 17th, 2011 #8 beew View Profile View Forum Posts I Ubuntu, Therefore, I Am Join Date Jun 2010 Beans 2,783 Re: DVD playback is 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) 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.

by R. But, if you're advanced, you can tweak all U want. vids (after I upgraded my GPU drivers) was its setting of "Default" under Preferences/Video/Video Output Modules. by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / December 21, 2006 1:15 AM PST In reply to: HP Junk For DVD and video issues, do you both have 1 GB of RAM..

VLC, WMP9/10, whatever came with the graphics card. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 20, 2006 11:01 PM PST In reply to: DVD playback is slow / choppy The new machine without proper motherboard drivers. Quote 16th Sep 201218:52 #14 hello_hello View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMar 2012 Originally Posted by natalia25 Should add, MPlayer (SMplayer / SMPlayer2 GUI) have more