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Windows 7: Video playback is jittery, what could be causing this?

14 Oct 2018   #1
irishmike

 
 
Video playback is jittery, what could be causing this?

I have 2 older Dell Studio laptops I stream my ISO, x264 and other videos with. I have tried VLC, Power DVD and 5kPlayer, same results


Seems to be decent with MP4, X264 and other small files but when I load a bigger (30 GB+) ISO file, this is where I see the main problem






One has an Intel Core Duo T6500 2.1 + integrated chip Express graphics and it has real bad stuttering video playback




The other plays fine and has an Intel Core Duo T6600 2.2 + Radeon 4500 HD graphics but plays video real nice.




Would the graphic card be causing my issues?


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14 Oct 2018   #2
samuria

win 8 32 bit
 
 

If you extract files from the ISO is it the same what res are the video?
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14 Oct 2018   #3
irishmike

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samuria View Post
If you extract files from the ISO is it the same what res are the video?
Thanks

Yes, all my rips are 1/1 copies,1080 res
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15 Oct 2018   #4
irishmike

 
 

Updated the Bios
DL'd intel graphics media accelerator driver for mobile


Fixed my issue. Not sure what fixed it but my money is on that Intel accelerator

Updated the Bios
DL'd intel graphics media accelerator driver for mobile


Fixed my issue. Not sure what fixed it but my money is on that Intel accelerator
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