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Windows 7: Choppy Video in All Pre-rendered Media

08 Aug 2013   #1

Windows 7 ultimate
Choppy Video in All Pre-rendered Media

Hi Folks,

I hope someone can help on this as I am tearing my hair out right now.

Ok I'll keep this as simple as possible, I am experiencing an issue with all video in all media players both streamed and otherwise including game cut scenes. Video plays for a second then freezes and a second later catches up, this continues throughout the duration of the video.

All 3D applications run fine and smoothly even on extreme settings, this only seems to affect pre-rendered video.

So far I have updated graphics drivers, updated directx, installed new codecs and tried running with hardware acceleration both enabled and disabled. No joy in anything I have tried. System was working fine then I installed an SSD for my C Drive. Reinstalled to exactly the same spec as before and now this problem started.

Thank you for reading I hope you can help.

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08 Aug 2013   #2

Windows 10 64 bit

This is the audio section. Since its a video problem, best to repost in a more appropriate video section of the forum.
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08 Aug 2013   #3

Windows 7 ultimate

Oops my bad, wrong section. :S Solved now anyways.
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