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Plug
07-29-08, 05:24 PM
has anyone experianced this...

when there is panning from left to right its hard to explain but when im watching normal movies its perfect but when i watch HD material like 720p shows there perfect

but when i view bluray movies or HDDVD movies. i get microstuttering its like the same microstuttering in games

is there anyway to fix this when watching a movie and the screen is panning to the left and right its not smooth its smooth them stutter and smooth and stutter hard to explain but real annoying when your watching a movie...

is there a fix for this i have tryed everything...

shilk
07-29-08, 06:07 PM
Have you tried different drivers?

For that matter, what drivers are you using now?

Plug
07-29-08, 06:16 PM
Have you tried different drivers?

For that matter, what drivers are you using now?

177.79 8800GTX Quad @3.6 4gig 2x2 FlexII @1200mhz
Rampage Formula.

like i say only happens in HD material.
its been this way since the start of the 177xx drivers and 169xx drivers
then again i just got this TV its not 1920x1080p its 1920x1080I lol but when forced it does work properly :)

but for the life of me i cant get rid of this microstutter :/

henrybravo
07-29-08, 06:25 PM
Have you tried outputting at 60hz to match your LCD TV's refresh rate?

HB

Plug
07-29-08, 07:11 PM
Have you tried outputting at 60hz to match your LCD TV's refresh rate?

HB

the HDTV does display 1920x1080p @60hz but for some reason i get no VSYNC lock
loads of tairing lol

TheSmJ
07-29-08, 09:21 PM
Have you tried using different software to play the movies?

Have you tried using punctuation?

Plug
07-30-08, 07:26 AM
Have you tried using different software to play the movies?

Have you tried using punctuation?

tryed Media player, Powerdvd 7 and 8 aswell as VLC player.
and if you dont like the way i type then dont reply to my thread.

nekrosoft13
07-30-08, 08:16 AM
when you get that stutter what is your CPU load? also what optical drive do you have for those Blu-rays.

HDCP complaint?

another thing to keep in mind G80 had semi-broken purevideo from the start. When I moved from G80 to GT200 chip there is a huge difference when playing Blu-ray movies.

G80 in my case was also causing artifacts in both BD and HDDVD movies when being played in PowerDVD7 and 8. GT200 doesn't.

David power
07-30-08, 08:37 AM
tryed Media player, Powerdvd 7 and 8 aswell as VLC player.
and if you dont like the way i type then dont reply to my thread.

Agreed, no need to make comments like that.

Plug
07-30-08, 12:14 PM
when you get that stutter what is your CPU load? also what optical drive do you have for those Blu-rays.

HDCP complaint?

another thing to keep in mind G80 had semi-broken purevideo from the start. When I moved from G80 to GT200 chip there is a huge difference when playing Blu-ray movies.

G80 in my case was also causing artifacts in both BD and HDDVD movies when being played in PowerDVD7 and 8. GT200 doesn't.

There isnt a lot of cpu load when playing HD content, im sure a quad @3.6 will handle it just fine.
and thats the first i have heard about broken purevideo, yes my HDTV is HDCP complient
currently im just playing my bluray movies from my hdd as my bluray drive was sent back to pioneer due to failure, reason being it would play some movies and not others.

my hddvd content is played via my xbox360 HDDVD player addon plugged into my vista x64 system.

currently all i can get is 1920x1080p @50hz with vsync locked.
for some reason im having problems trying to get 1920x1080p @24hz all that seems to work is 1920x1080i (interlaced) @24hz

now useing that i get no stuttering or microstutter what so ever but i do get horizontal lines becuse of the interlacing
im sure if i can get progressive working i shouldnt have a problem @24hz for movie watching :)

but at the minute with 50hz i get microstutter arghhh and i only get this stutter on backgrounds not forgrounds on movies.

bmg
07-30-08, 07:01 PM
This problem is called judder...it happens when you have source material, like most movies, that were originally at a 24hz framerate, but are displayed on a display that's not running at a multiple of that, like 60hz. One reason my samsung 46A650 display supports 120hz is to eliminate this problem. The problem's been around forever, just that people often don't notice it that much most of the time.

Destroy
07-30-08, 07:25 PM
Agreed, no need to make comments like that.

I thought it was damn funny. :D

Toss3
08-01-08, 01:18 AM
Why not just use reclock to speed up the movie to 25Hz, and setting the display device to 50Hz?

Plug
08-01-08, 09:04 AM
Why not just use reclock to speed up the movie to 25Hz, and setting the display device to 50Hz?


Does this program work on vista x64 ? and where do i get it.
say my display is running at 50hz and i have 24hz content, is there a program to convert or run the video at 50hz to get rid of this juddering effect... ?

then again, if there was it would only probably be for SD or TV rips as HDDVD and Bluray movies would be hard to do this
or if its possible to have a program that makes your display operate at 24hz on the fly when watching movies lol

dxx
08-01-08, 01:29 PM
Have you tried using different software to play the movies?

Have you tried using punctuation?

Nicely put, sir.