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Choppy video playback on computer

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#1
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Every time I burn a DVD with my computer I always verify that it plays correctly by closing the tray and playing the burnt DVD on my computer. I use WMP 11 and when the DVD starts both the video and audio playback are choppy. When I play the burnt DVD's on my home theater system they play just fine with no problems at all. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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#2
Try VLC in preference to WMP.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
#3
gbox Suspended due non-functional email address
I tried this and it did not help. Anyone have any other suggestions. Thanks
#4
Play with your video and audio acceleration settings.

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#5
gbox Suspended due non-functional email address
Where are the video/audio acceleration options located? Are you talking on WMP 11 as this is the Media Player I use most, or somewhere else? In WMP 11 if I go to Options, then Performance, video acceleration is set to full and the is recommended by the player. There are no audio acceleration options that I can find. Should I adjust this or do you have any other ideas? Thanks
#6
Originally posted by gbox:
Where are the video/audio acceleration options located? Are you talking on WMP 11 as this is the Media Player I use most, or somewhere else? In WMP 11 if I go to Options, then Performance, video acceleration is set to full and the is recommended by the player. There are no audio acceleration options that I can find. Should I adjust this or do you have any other ideas? Thanks
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Play with your video and audio acceleration settings.

Did you at least try to change those settings before posting?

Good Luck.

Looking for a new burner? Check here.
http://www.cdfreaks.com/reviews/
The reviews also help to determine which media gives the best results.
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