[INTEL] Intel HD 4000 and HD 2500 - a good choice regards to video playback? (1 Viewer)

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    I can't believe that Intel took like 4 years to fix the 23/24 fps bug

    The problem was, it did work, but you needed to disable UAC, imo not a problem for myself, but people who leave things at security default had problems.
     

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    I can't believe that Intel took like 4 years to fix the 23/24 fps bug

    The problem was, it did work, but you needed to disable UAC, imo not a problem for myself, but people who leave things at security default had problems.

    The way I read the article, the bug was still present as 23.976 was played almost as 23.976, but not really, more like 23.972. Untill now. Says Intel ;)

    On the other hand, neither ATi or Nvidia has me impressed with any of their drivers :whistle:
     

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    I just couldn't get the HD4000 to work for me even with latest drivers. The problem with the HD4000 is inconsistent performance in video playback, some videos (depending on bitrate and fps) I just really struggle to get playback not stuttering or if not stuttering then not in sync.. Core AV codec gave smooth playback but out of sync with audio by 2 seconds on some high bitrate H.264. lol, MS codec works the best on those intensive videos, but slight stutter and LAV is terrible on those very high bit-rate movies (good else-wise) even with hardware acceleration..

    I put in a cheap HD6450 and with LAV + hardware acceleration it was not perfect, MS codec is worse than with the HD4000 but with CoreAV codec it is absolutely perfect, not bad for AUD$35 card and $9 codec... I am sure I could tweak more but not stuffing around as even is fine even side-by-side 1080p 3d which is actually 3840x1080...

    HD4000 may have worked if I spent more time it did seem more powerful than the 6450 but worse drivers/optimization with the codecs, however for $35 extra it just wasn't worth the headache, for me..
     
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