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Intermittent Video Freeze

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I have been having trouble with CinePlayer when using it a my main video player. Audio is right on and the video lags behind when playing movies or any video file. MPG files play great on Window Movies Player, but lag on CinePlayer. My system is running Windows XP Pro with a Pentium® 4 CPU @ 2.0 GHz. I have 1.5 GHz of RAM. It is important to mention that this is a stop and go issue whereby the video stops and then catches up again. Does anyone have a solution for this problem? I put in a ticket on this issue and updated all my video drivers. The ticket response was to enter this forum.

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I have been having trouble with CinePlayer when using it a my main video player. Audio is right on and the video lags behind when playing movies or any video file. MPG files play great on Window Movies Player, but lag on CinePlayer. My system is running Windows XP Pro with a Pentium® 4 CPU @ 2.0 GHz. I have 1.5 GHz of RAM. It is important to mention that this is a stop and go issue whereby the video stops and then catches up again. Does anyone have a solution for this problem? I put in a ticket on this issue and updated all my video drivers. The ticket response was to enter this forum.

 

In CinePlayer, try turning off the video acceleration.

 

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Update your video card/chip drivers and DirectX 9c. Make sure that your card/chip is set to best performance rather than best appearance.

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In CinePlayer, try turning off the video acceleration.

 

post-58-1245711605.jpg

 

Update your video card/chip drivers and DirectX 9c. Make sure that your card/chip is set to best performance rather than best appearance.

 

I have tried turing off the video acceleration - it turned the video upside down! I have upgraged my drivers, but I have not set to best

performance yet!

 

I have already upgraded my driver software, but I have not set the driver to best performance. I am not sure exactly how to do that!!!!

 

I have tried turing off the video acceleration - it turned the video upside down! - weird

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Yep, wierd but perhaps it is a function of your video card/ or chip.

 

 

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