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Hi I just downloaded an M2TS file which is a high definition file.Cineplayer will play it but it is maxing out my CPU and causing slightly jerky playback any way to optimise creator settings for better playback.I have noticed the Creator 2009 eats alot of my cpu while just running.I have a AMD ATHlon dual core q60 speed is 1.90 2 gigs memory and a nvidea geforce 8200 mg video card 256 mgs i believe .Should play without maxing out my cpu don't you think?This is a laptop......Thanks

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Hi I just downloaded an M2TS file which is a high definition file.Cineplayer will play it but it is maxing out my CPU and causing slightly jerky playback any way to optimise creator settings for better playback.I have noticed the Creator 2009 eats alot of my cpu while just running.I have a AMD ATHlon dual core q60 speed is 1.90 2 gigs memory and a nvidea geforce 8200 mg video card 256 mgs i believe .Should play without maxing out my cpu don't you think?This is a laptop......Thanks

 

It could be the file that is causing the problem. Have you tried more than one?

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Something else may be running. If you think the files is safe, turn off your anti-virus.

 

What do you see taking the CPU time if you open Windows Task Manager (CTL-ALT_DEL then Processes)

 

If nothing else is running, download and run the free VLC player it normally plays anthing you throw at it and doesn't take a lot of resources.

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Hi I checked the task manager and it shows cineplayer running 80 to 86 CPU video looks slightly choppy nothing else is using CPU.I downloaded VLC and it was really choppy video playing well behind audio.I will re download the file and try again it should play with no issue Hmmm

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Some info i have been gathering is leading me to believe that these media players are using my Cpu to render graghics rather than my video card.Is this something to consider.The video i am trying to view is home movie stuff in HD cineplayer should play this stuff no problem it is a M2TS codec and Roxio has that codec whats going on?How does Roxio player render ithe video?

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The majority of the video is rendered using the CPU. If you have a DirectX 9 compliant video card, the Graphics processor will be used for 3D transitions and effects ONLY.

 

Are those files AVCHD? Read any forum on the net and you'll find those files are also the most CPU intensive just to play them back. When editing and re-encoding, you better have a fast dual core or better!

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