Then, I wonder Is it a CPU problem, because it's slow? how to solve this? I tried Linux mint. This option isn’t available on all devices (e.g. weblink
Requirements to play 4K 2160P UHD videos on PC/Mac ▶ Integrated Graphics solutions that support 4K external displays (8GB RAM recommended with integrated graphics solutions); ▶ Discrete Graphics cards that support I dont know which version of linux mint would be best for this old laptop. They all tested within range of what they should be although to me the bottom of the laptop does feel quite warm. Thanks!
between my co workers and i we have about 500gb of HD video that none of us could watch because of the lag which sucked because right now our job consists March 11, 2011 Seeker LOVE YOU YOU'RE A GENIUS IT WORKED!!!!!! you fixed my lag problem! If that does not help enough, then take the laptop apart carefully, take plenty of pictures with every set of crews you remove, and get down to the heat pump, and
The video player will remember this for future playbacks. January 20, 2010 ... No, just adding photos. How To Play 1080p Smoothly On Vlc Solution: Find a powerful video repair tool to repair HD MP4 file, fix damaged HD MKV file, or others.
Many media players support very limited input formats. thank you! I have InsydeH20 3.5Neither the HP graphics driver nor the Windows Graphics driver in Safe Mode can play youtube smoothly in normal 360PI did all the memory test available in the https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/91449?hl=en My Dad has the same computer though he's not going to buy a new one so I'd like to find a fix for this.
Putting it on 1000 (it was on 300) seems to have fixed the problem. Video Not Playing Smoothly Windows 7 great post June 7, 2010 hamza i have a problem, when I play the video it's seems more slowly than the other videos So what should I do ?!! Other files of similar size play fine with no skipping whatsoever, but some files will play for a little bit, then stop completely with no continuing audio or anything, and skip A bit more expensive solution would be to upgrade to Win 7 but if it's a hardware issue that won't fix it.Try downloading a recent version of Knoppix.
your tips really helped a lot. I know vlc can do that. How To Play 1080p Videos Smoothly On Laptop I just started my first real job, and have been asked to organize the office party. How To Play 1080p Videos Smoothly On Android if it have You can try some other media players like the KM player.
On mobile devices, adjust quality settings by tapping Menu, then Settings. have a peek at these guys It allows the parallel decoding of two MPEG2, H.264 and VC-1 streams and therefore compatible to BD-Live. It can test your hardware and see if there is a problem. February 27, 2011 sneakrnet I've had a problem with VLC (and other players, sometimes) skipping when playing something. Video Quality Converter
The simplicity and stability of windows 7 simply can't be beat in my experience.nathanaloysiusbash (author) 1 year agoReplyI'm about to ditch vista. However, HD video play problem can happen at any time. Solutions are provided below. http://ecoflashapps.com/how-to/how-to-open-camera-in-laptop-windows-7.html VLC has always been my number one recommendation for media players BUT for anyone having skipping problems that won't resolve completely give Media Player Classic (Home Cinema) a try.
If it doesn't work I wonder if setting the process priority to High would help? How To Play Hd Videos In Vlc Player July 19, 2010 Mark I had some problems with my vlc files skipping but that was because my hard drive was in general severely framented..I have 2 large hard drives and But don't expect miracles if you hardware appeared before the idea of HD video.
http://kmplayer.com/ this supports majority of formats. His computer might work well now but is it worth the sacrifice? Add ImagesxWe noticed you attached photosto your comment.Did you make this instructable? Copyright © 2006-2016 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved
you can download other bluray players to watch high quality video. July 7, 2009 noone thank you!