choppy playback

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by yaniv, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. yaniv

    yaniv Member

    I have that LG rom as well, I just got it and intalled. I got a movie from netflix 28 weeks later on bluray and it plays very choppy. I am using the cyberlink powerdvd software that came with it. Since you got it to work smoothly, can you please tell me what I can do to make the movie play like a movie and not like a bunch of frames moving along slowly?
     
  2. yaniv

    yaniv Member

    choppy playback of bluray

    I have a LG bluray HD DVD-rom (GGC-H20L), I just intalled it and I got a movie from netflix "28 weeks later" on bluray and it plays very choppy. I am using the cyberlink powerdvd software that came with it.
    I am running VISTA 64bit
    2GB RAM
    2.13 DUO core intel CPU e6400
    ASUS GEFORCE 8800 GTS 640MB
    And both the video card and my tv are HDCP complient hooked up by DVI from the Graphic card to HDMI on the TV
    I think it is powerfull enough for bluray playback, I may be wrong but I think it is.

    Can anyone please tell me what I can do to make the movie play like a movie and not like a bunch of frames moving along slowly?

    Oh yea I have anydvd HD installed and when I have it running and I am attempting to play a movie on powerdvd it gives me an internal error msg. and it does not play at all but when i don't have it running it plays but very choppy. I only have this movie to test right now so I don't have much testing room.

    any help is much appreciated
     
  3. sarah99

    sarah99 Well-Known Member

    I don't know what the choppy playing is
    but just to let you know "28 Weeks Later " is widely acclaimed as the worst quality PQ Blu-Ray released so far.
     
  4. yaniv

    yaniv Member

    Wow, that was fast. Thanks Serah. I will try a different one. but when I mean choppy. The movie plays like frame by frame and it just does not run smoothly like a movie should.

    Thanks
     
  5. yaniv

    yaniv Member

    Same issue

    I have a LG bluray HD DVD-rom (GGC-H20L), I just intalled it and I got a movie from netflix "28 weeks later" on bluray and it plays very choppy. I am using the cyberlink powerdvd software that came with it.
    I am running VISTA 64bit
    2GB RAM
    2.13 DUO core intel CPU e6400
    ASUS GEFORCE 8800 GTS 640MB
    And both the video card and my tv are HDCP complient hooked up by DVI from the Graphic card to HDMI on the TV
    I think it is powerfull enough for bluray playback, I may be wrong but I think it is.

    Can anyone please tell me what I can do to make the movie play like a movie and not like a bunch of frames moving along slowly?

    Oh yea I have anydvd HD installed and when I have it running and I am attempting to play a movie on powerdvd it gives me an internal error msg. and it does not play at all but when i don't have it running it plays but very choppy. I only have this movie to test right now so I don't have much testing room.

    any help is much appreciated
     
  6. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

  7. yaniv

    yaniv Member

    I am having the same problem.

    I am running VISTA 64 BIT
    2.1 DUO Intel e6400
    2GB Memory
    640MB ASUS 8800GTS
    And as for the player
    LG GGC-H20L which plays both BLURAY AND HDDVD

    HD DVD plays not bad I can't say it’s really choppy but BLURAY is horrific.
    I just got 28 days later and that is completely unwatchable.
    I also rented Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End and I guess I could watch it but it would not be enjoyable.
    I can see the CPU gadget shooting up when the movie is playing but when it is commercial for coming soon to bluray, it does not do that.


    ANYONE please help
     
  8. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    Alot of the trailers etc are normally in a different codec to the main movie (mpeg2/VC-1) which is why they usually play fine, I suspect thats the case for this and that the main movie is probably h264. If you keep the cpu usage open does it peak when the playback gets choppy, if so then you specs aren't good enough. Check the graphics card driver version, normally the latest is best although I have heard a few people have problems with the very latest nvidia driver.