Originally Posted by assassin
I think all bets are off when it comes to laptops. I am convinced that some laptops have bios that are severely altered by the manufacturer.
Others may have other opinions.
That may be the reason why I can't get those "Intel with UAC off: 23.973 (-0.003)" on my Dell Vostro 3550, i5 (Cougar Point HM67, Sandy Bridge) -> only 23.991 (+0.015)?
1/(23.991-23.976) = each 66.666.. sec I should have a periodic stutter.
To see that I built a new "23.976-Slices
" and that's the reason why I'm writing here, would be interesting how it works on your machines.Download here* 30MB 1080p23.976, H.264, AAC+AC3, 8:22min, low bitrate
The "66.666.. sec" didn't really work for me, I have a single stutter every 21 sec, no idea why. Tried it with other clips, decoders, rendrerers, always 21 sec.
Even switching to the Dell built-in HD6630 same 21 sec!? BIOS/driver issue?
Some times an additional micro-stutter at the point the red and green lines are jumping each 66.666.. sec but not always.
Ati HD5850 mobile on the other laptop shows a nice 23.977 and no stutter as far as I could see:
"23.976-Slices" next feature, I built in the "Pong" sounds every time the ticker bouncing (every 5 sec) from the edge.
This beeps are only 50 ms long and so you are able to "see" your video or audio delay rel. exactly (ie. to set the AVR delay):
if 8 minutes are too short just set MPC-HC to "Repeat forever" (but not "Rewind..!) and the count down moves on although repeating.
Have a nice time!
.Edited by blaubart - 8/5/12 at 2:17pm