Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: San Francisco, California
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Good evening everyone!
I just got a Hauppauge HD PVR set up and I'm so excited to start editing my Xbox 360 gaming soon!
My first issue is this: I recorded a five-minute clip of play on the 360. I played the MP4 clip in both Quicktime and VLC Media Player. Both played back the file extremely poorly. Choppy, audio not matching video, and so forth.
I'm curious if this is a computer power issue. I have seen this issue before with other High Def downloads of mine, most all of which have never played right. Can anyone tell me whether or not this is due to hardware and not perhaps from software or driver issues?
My setup is as follows:
Intel Core2 Duo E6400 @ 2.13ghz (1600 core, 266mhz bus, P965 chipset)
2gig RAM (DDR2 PC2-6400 400hz)
NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT (256meg)
I know this is an older computer setup, however I feel that it should be plenty capable of at least simple HD playback.
Furthermore, I have noticed in my Task Manager that my CPU % never goes above ~40% and the memory above 500meg while trying to run the video. Perhaps is my graphics card and/or respective driver? I've already updated DirectX and my GFX driver.
Thanks so much for any advice!