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Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theater' started by GSquadron, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. GSquadron

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    Hi guys!
    I got some new videos from internet and all i get from them is 2 frames per second.
    Is there a way i can fix this? I have tried a lot of players but none seems to fix anything.
     
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    what are you playing them on? what format are they?

    try VLC player
     
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    The format is .mov
    Tried vlc and wmp
     
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    Can you check task manager while playing the movies? Take a screenshot of the processes and post it here?
     
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    The player that has native support for .mov files is apple's quicktime player.
     
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    have you test the other video format? does it run well?
    i never hit 2f/s
     
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    either the videos are stuffed, or your codec is - other players wont change anything if they're sharing the same system wide codecs.
     
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    I tried quicktime, nothing changed.
    In windows task manager cpu usage is 0-2%
    and memory is 1.31 GB. It goes to 1.22GB when
    i close the video. This is all!
    With other videos this doesn't happen.
    They run great.
     
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    then the program you downloaded the videos with, fecked up. try converting them with handbrake or freemake or something.
     
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    i agree, try converting it
    it maybe damage or something that aint normal so it cant run well
     

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