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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by Norlig;15547941 
VLC Media player

Yup, that's likely your problem. Frankly, VLC is pretty poor overall, its only saving grace is the fact that it tends to play and seek through broken files.

Definitely try MPC-HC with ffdshow-tryouts, EVR Custom Presentation renderer/EVR sync renderer, and mplayer/mplayer2.
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post #12 of 17
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VLC will only have problems with slow computers..
I've had problems with VLC on all sorts of computers and with all sorts of media. Whether the problem is tearing, lag, dropped frames, or any of a host of issues, I've experienced all of them with VLC. Even on my sig rig, which is clocked at 5 GHz, I still have issues with VLC. But when I instead use a high-quality codec that supports GPU acceleration, I have absolutely no problems. If I use VLC with the "use system codec" box checked, then I have no problems.
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TRy another player like mpc star? It can't hurt.
    
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Hi OP, i had the same issue last week and came here to have it resolved, are you running your monitor/TV in duplicate mode instead of extended or single display? not using duplicate display was the big fix i needed. seems the Vram couldn't handle producing the same display twice
Edited by nazarein - 11/2/11 at 4:25pm
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Fixed it by using MPC-HC and Shark700 Codecs. thanks <3
post #16 of 17
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Fixed it by using MPC-HC and Shark700 Codecs. thanks <3
Happy to help! If you have any other questions, just ask.
post #17 of 17
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Well, that's your problem.

Use MPC-HC with a decent HD codec pack like Shark007 or FFDShow. VLC is great for its expansive codec selection, but is frankly sucks when it comes to HD decoding and is quite CPU intensive. Something like Shark007 lets you take advantage of GPU decoding, which is awesome performance-wise.
Interesting.

May try to use this with our 11.6 netbook w/ c60 and 6290.

Using GOM Player eversince but pretty slow on our netbook.
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