Reasons of playback skipping

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Guest, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Guest

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    Hello,
    I have to ask an too important thing and if you can do it, i appreciate
    a lot...

    My divx and Mpeg2 videos are SOMETIMES has skipping and jumping further
    randomly when playback... For example, when i'm running Divx 6 or 5
    files or MPEG2 files, randomly the syncronization loses and the scenes
    jumped instantly to the further...

    These files are verifed as i haven't problem for 3 years with them
    about playback. But now i'm angry about that issue. (Also they were
    being played very good with old GPU drivers)

    Note: I tried BSPLAYER (1.00, 1.27 etc...), Windows Media Player 9 and
    6.4 and Classic with no help.

    I have Ligos Mpeg2 decoder as well, Divx 6 codec and the other
    codecs... I checked via Sherlock and Codec Sniper and nothing wrong as
    reported.

    Also i'm suspicous about this can occur probably when the file is being
    played in OVERLAY mode.

    Note: My machine is fast enough to play files: P4 2.4 GHZ, 768 MB DDR,
    Asus P4B533 i845E, Asus Geforce4 MX440-SE 64MB DDR, Nvidia Forceware
    77.72.

    Please tell me the possible reasons of skipping and jumping during
    playback...

    Best regards...
     
    Guest, Sep 15, 2006
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  2. Guest

    max Guest

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    max
     
    max, Sep 23, 2006
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    Guest

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    I found newly that: Creative Vibra 128 CT4810 may cause that. I don't
    know whether there is a healty driver can handle sound card's hardware
    acceleration smoothly or not. Please reply if Creative Vibra 128
    (CT4810 - ESS Tech. chip) has a fixed driver against skipping, jumping
    because of its hardware acceleration.
    max yazdi:
     
    Guest, Oct 5, 2006
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