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Windows 7: Video Not Clear (Pixel Problem)

26 Mar 2010   #11
Arc

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The problem is with avi files also some mkv files
Can you tell the video bitrate of those avi or mkv files ? If you think it is difficult to find out the bitrate, at least tell the playback time and the size of the file.


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26 Mar 2010   #12
mitchell65

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

If you need a small program that will analyse the video files for you try this:
5star Media Analyst - Analysis of video clips and audio files
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27 Mar 2010   #13
FiZZ52

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post



Can you tell the video bitrate of those avi or mkv files ? If you think it is difficult to find out the bitrate, at least tell the playback time and the size of the file.
Its about 700mb standard avi files bout 1hour 21 mins playback

The Thing is that I have seen most of the movies earlier in XP on the Same System they were great
Cause in Xp i used to install the Motherboard Cd supplied with the Motherboard and later install WMP 11 also nero 7

In windows 7 however i installed the latest Graphics driver 4 my motherboard but still the video is like distorted specially the scenes in red colour or sometimes Bright blue colour
But if it due to RAM my aero effects are awesome also the search is quicker than in XP

Should I install the 64 bit version ?

(**THis is a audio issue Just addin it up so it might give some ideas**
Also i found out that my front audio jack has no sound if i install the audio driver supplied by the motherboard i.e Intel Audio Studio theres sound but it skipps if i play any type of file i can slightly make out whats been played


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27 Mar 2010   #14
Arc

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Hi FiZZ52, you know that the motherboard driver cd is not required in windows 7, coz the graphics (basic), sound (basic) and network driver is automatically installed with win7. As you have graphics card inbuilt, there shouldn't be a problem at all.

After driver , it comes the codec. After installing shark 007's codec pack, your video output quality is not improved . So here you may try another thing. You may configure the codecs to play avi and mkv manually .... use ffdshow for avi and haali's media splitter for mkv . BTW, nero is not any useful in video output enhancement (and both nero show time and nero home are just rubbish).

As graphic accelerator is automatically installed, and you dont have any extra GPU, you may take another chance by disabling\uninstalling the motherboard driver.

I am using 32 bit home premium, and there is no problem in video display in my machine. I also dont have any extra gpu on one machine . Still it runs fine , just needed haali's splitter to play mkv.
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27 Mar 2010   #15
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

chances are, avi is probably using the XVID video codec which can be blocky by nature anyways.

1hr20min @ 700MB, puts you at about 1K bitrate (If the Audio is only 128kbs)

Thats just far too low, especially for a codecs like XVID. you "might" be able to get by with a low bit rate x264, but still will be artifacting.
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27 Mar 2010   #16
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
chances are, avi is probably using the XVID video codec which can be blocky by nature anyways.

1hr20min @ 700MB, puts you at about 1K bitrate (If the Audio is only 128kbs)

Thats just far too low, especially for a codecs like XVID. you "might" be able to get by with a low bit rate x264, but still will be artifacting.
Nice input, wishmaster. Had I been in place of him, I never have used Xvid codec. x264 is my favorite.
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