Idk = I Don't Know?
Yes of course!
I updated the dedicated video memory (Frame Buffer) in the BIOS to 512MB.
Tried everything listed on your link.
Did your Zbox stutter at first?
Choose One!?...Can't have both?
Do you think Windows 32Bit as opposed to 64Bit would help?
HDMI audio disabled.
I had to implement an EDID override to turn off HDMI audio to achieve sharp fonts on the 32" 1080P TV I use as a monitor. The...
Still stuttering @59Hz.
I switched the video output from HDMI to VGA and the stuttering disappeared.
Is this a clue to something?
Did as instructed above.
Stuttering still there.
"make sure you are using threaded decode" Not sure what this means.
I'll have to look into the ramdisk... never worked with that.
No anti virus.
Filestamping, that's new to me.
It has 2GB Ram.
With only 256MB dedicated to video.
With no way (that I know of) to allocate more dedicated video memory.
MPC-HC + coreavc is not enough.
Removed cccp and video still Stutters.
Tried those settings....
I prefer Splash Pro EX video player over Media Player Classic.
I installed CCCP and CoreAVC.
Not sure how to configure it all.
Anyway......Video still Stutters!
I just installed CoreAVC.
Now to configure it properly.....
I have another Atom system with Radeon HD4300 video that renders HD video smoothy.
So I know the Atom is capable. In this case I think it is the Ion...
This is a fresh windows install only a few days old.
Not many programs running.
This is a known issue which I think has something to do with...
Video = Downloaded HD Video, .mp4, .mkv, .avi, .wmv.
YouTube (Flash?) stutters too.
Computer: Zotac MAG HD-ND01
Op System: Win 7 64bit
Bios: 1/7/11, v08.00.15
Video Drivers: Nvidia 301.42
Dedicated Video Memory: 256 MB...
Here is a link to the tutorial that I followed.
I used "Extron...
I resolved the fuzzy text problem! :toast:
The solution was to add two "EDID override flags" to the video install .inf file.
The nature of the problem I am having is that there an "hdmi audio driver glitch" that breaks what is called "Chroma 4:4:4". Which causes the fuzzy...
The HDMI cable I am using has ferrite chokes built in. :)
The HDMI cable is not the problem.
Had same problem with another computer which has HDMI and DVI out. In that case a DVI-HDMI cable solved the fuzzy...
I tried that.
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