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Windows 7: AVI Video Issues 64bit

24 Aug 2009   #1

windows 7 64bit
AVI Video Issues 64bit

Come here in desperation.Ready to leave 7 & go back to my Windows Xp partition,less can sort this.Watch a lot of films & kills the rest of the experiance which 64bit 7 brings & I love.

My problems is,no matter what player I use even VLC.The video doesnt play smooth,kinda jittery when camera is paning or people move fast.
Have tried K-lite 64bit package & Sharks package + 64bit plug in.Still same..Tried the Win7DSFilterTweaker to change everything to stop using Microsoft.Then uninstalled all the codecs,deleted them using Doom 9's method,via Zoom player.Reinstalled & same probems.
My GPU is a Zotac 260GTX with latest Nvidia drivers.CPU is AMD 940 Phenom,4GB DDR2 ram + Velicoraptor 300GB drive.Shouldnt be any hardware problems!
Anyone having similar problems or any help much appreciated.
Thanks for taking time to read.

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24 Aug 2009   #2

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

Yeah pretty much every player out there (exception Windows Media Player) using these freebie codec packs are having a real tuff time on Windows 7. I can only assume why is because all the codecs are made the old fashion way with DirectShow. When Microsoft is moving to Media Foundation as a result DirectShow has been removed from DirectX.
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24 Aug 2009   #3

windows 7 64bit

Problem is solved for anyone else having similar problems.
GOM player or KMPlayer plays videos smooth & clear,unlike Zoomplayer (my personal choice,dont ask me why.)& VLC.Suprised VLC doesnt play good am sure they will sort it out soon.
Basicaly all the codec packs suck when it comes to windows 7 64bit at this present time in my experiance.
Also just installed an XFI card today.So sound & video running really nice :)
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