Got the jitters and cannot stop'em (1 Viewer)


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February 6, 2009
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TV-Server Version: No TV
MediaPortal Version:
MediaPortal Skin: default
Windows Version: XP SP3
CPU Type: P4
HDD: Systwm part 80GB
Memory: 1GB
Video Card: Envidia 6200 512MB
Video Card Driver: Envdia standard pack
Sound Card: Turtle Beach rivera 5.1(DTS)
Sound Card AC3:
Sound Card Driver: Manufacture
1. TV Card: N/A
1. TV Card Type:
1. TV Card Driver:
2. TV Card:
2. TV Card Type:
2. TV Card Driver:
3. TV Card:
3. TV Card Type:
3. TV Card Driver:
4. TV Card:
4. TV Card Type:
4. TV Card Driver:
MPEG2 Video Codec:
MPEG2 Audio Codec:
h.264 Video Codec: CoreAVC
Satelite/CableTV Provider:
HTPC Case:
Power Supply:
TV: Samsung 650
TV - HTPC Connection: Component

I am having a problem with the syncing of H.264 (BlueRay Rip) video and sound. Since I had been changing so many settings last night I uninstalled every codec and media portal so it was back to a fresh install of XP SP3. So I installed Media Portal again and then followed the below post to a T and I still have the same issue. I can watch divx and DVD with zero issues. I opened a Blue Ray rip in classic Media player and it too is jittery so I am assuming it is a codec issue. The picture of the blueray rip is clear as a bell, but the sound is way off. Currently my settings are below running on MP

Under Video\video Player here is what I have

MPEG-2 Video Decoder MPV Decoder Filter
H.264 Video Decoder CoreAVC Video Decoder
Audio Decoder CyberLink Audio Decoder
Audio Render Default DirectSound Device

Here is the post I followed exactly.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated as I know you guys are awesome.



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  • January 19, 2009
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    Well I'm not awesome, I'm not even that good..!

    If your system can sup[port it, and I understand that it can be difficult under XP, try and see if you can get DXVA configured on your system. Have a good read up about it and you will see that if configured correctly it will decrease the load on your system, specifically your CPU, and allow much smoother playback of HD content. SD content isn't that demanding hence why it runs ok for you.

    If you manage to get DXVA up and going it will be used as your H.264 decoder for video - MPC filter) by registering

    Good luck and happy reading.!

    Also have a look at the AC3 1.51 filter.

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