Quote 12th Jul 201021:03 #2 oldfart13 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateNov 2000 LocationCanada Sometimes it depends on the encode but you should have no lag I wasn't disappointed. But of course, most people are not videophiles, just like most people are not audiophiles. I continued to watch once the stuttering had stopped to see if it was a once off. this contact form
Test a file when you get the new graphics card. If that particular method gets cracked, say by our good friends Slysoft in Antigua, then the DB+ scheme is simply updated and put on all new disks. I have a computer connected to my 55 "HD tv, that I watch movies through. Assuming it isn't on already and your video card supports it things will be a lot better. –cybernard Apr 8 '13 at 22:25 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest
It takes forever to load a disc and start playing a movie. When I play it in either "MPCHC" or "PowerDVD" so it is laggy. I just turn off the machine. Could Jack Have Fit on that Door? 'Titanic’ Director Says No POPULAR ON mental_floss Watch 40,000 Years of London's History In Under 3 Minutes This Museum Wants to Match You With
This was the most useful thing I've found all day! All rights reserved. Ah. Star Wars Blu Ray Slow Loading Reply Matt View October 6, 2008 Oh well, unfortunately my excitement has been short-lived as it seems this has not fixed my problem.
I never download any. Blu Ray Player Slow Loading That is definitely an overkill for just a video playback. I like the motherboard tray cable management. http://mentalfloss.com/article/70239/why-does-it-take-so-long-blu-ray-discs-play But id spoken to alot of people at my local hifi store & on here that say it doesnt make any difference at all, ive had my Pioneer LX70a for 5mths
Solved! Vlc It's got real nice airflow. After around 6 Blu-rays this is my first encounter with this issue. I would not be surprised, either, if the current energy crunch persists, as it is likely to, if this type of power draw did not become a point of legislation.
I had an 8 track in my first car so who am I to complain. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/fixed-blu-ray-drive-seems-very-slow.2214631/ If the stupid thing doesn't work, do not take it to market. Samsung Blu Ray Player Takes Forever To Load Not much money to spend for no more problems.... Sony Blu Ray Player Slow Streaming The other side of this issue is do all manufacturer BPs have this problem?
Reply Erik View June 10, 2008 I've had this trouble on my PS3 as well, which is connected via HDMI to a 1080p HDTV, and am very glad to come across weblink Reply Paul View July 26, 2012 Turning off the internet connection works for me. It started off nicely until it arrive at the menus to initiate playback.But the icons for 'Play,scene selection features etc' were nowhere to be seen. CHeck with ISPBut when I do a speedtest, I see very good speed.I am facing this issue from today morning. Fast Loading Blu Ray Player
So many thanks. I will not buy any more Blu-Ray discs! What is even more annoying, you cannot open the disc tray or eject a disc without waiting for the damn machine to boot up, which takes at least 30 - 60 navigate here Here is an example of a movie that is laggy for me.
My BDP-S500 used to freeze quite regularly until I instigated a super cleanliness regime. This improvement was especially obvious when playing Blu-Ray movies and so, over the next year, I purchased a whole pile of films to watch. I tried out Behind Enemy Lines, and it looked spectacular.
Wildcats Stadium Trophy Help Thread Lucy Diamond View Public Profile Send a private message to Lucy Diamond Find More Posts by Lucy Diamond 05-01-2008, 05:57 AM #8 RJBmk New Quote 13th Jul 201019:52 #16 H2SO4JB View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJul 2010 LocationSweden Originally Posted by jagabo Yes, but unless your a big gamer it's Enable it, then double click on it and set the Decoding Thread Number to 2. I have formatted the hard drive and installed Windows 7 64 bit again.
But I was disappointed to find out that it continued to do it every 1 minute or so for about 10 seconds. So id strongly recommend to any1 with this problem to try it, to some it maybe a pain to have to keep unplugging etc but at least itd be better than A silent card for an HTPC? http://linux4newbie.com/blu-ray/samsung-blu-ray-player-wont-play-blu-rays.html Early models, or ones that haven't had their built-in software (known as firmware) updated, will inherently be slower.