When looking for a laptop with which I can sift AVCHD clips and save them, I have found that: On some notebooks, all with Vista 32-bit jerky via VLC Player the clips sometimes violently. The kind of expert advisors Hörco has installed then the Media Player Classic, an English version (klcodec510f.exe) and thus run the clips look fine, but s.den edges with fast movements somewhat frayed. This has been tried on an N-Book with AMD dual-core 2x2, 1GHz, and finally purchased on my ASUS with Intel Pentium D DUAL CPU 3400 2.16 GHz ... graphics card.: NVIDIA Ge Force 9300m GS. Funny, I find that the VLC Player can on my PC 4x2, 83GHz Intel ... ATI Radeon HD 4800th .. Widows XP 32Bit, plays the clips perfectly, of course, with a notebook can not be compared synonymous If the possibly s.Betiebssystem? Perhaps someone has an answer Gruss Rolf ... Another thing, my laptop: Model X71SL
Antwort von RickyMartini:
The Media Player of Windows 7, there is no comb effect during playback of interlaced material. PowerDVD is synonymous with the best presentation.
Antwort von mannamanna:
For me the mplayer plays in the form of
Antwort von hozz:
"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
The kind of expert advisors Hörco has installed then the Media Player Classic, an English version (klcodec510f.exe) and thus run the clips look fine, but s.den edges with fast movements somewhat frayed.
Deinterlacing of course need more computing power synonymous. Clear that it runs faster if you do not deinterlace.
But true, synonymous in my experience, VLC is not the fastest (or use higher-quality deinterlacing?), Ie, test times but other players.
Ultimately, however, this is a performance issue, ie processor (VLC may use only one core?).