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    Hey guys.

    I am trying out TCPMP. I am getting quite a few dropped frames.

    My video file:

    .m4v
    320x172 23.98fps
    Played frames: 283
    Dropped frames: 197

    Any suggestions?
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    Try to convert the file with a lower bitrate (HandBrake allows you to do this).
    I used to run videofiles on an underclocked T3 (from 400 to 200Mhz) without any problems using 24 fps and using 480x230 format, but bitrate set to 350.

    BTW are the dropped frames noticeable ? Otherwise I would not bother about it ...
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    In my case audio drops... o_O
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmg_P1OS21 View Post
    In my case audio drops... o_O
    Try to lower audio bitrate. 128 should be more then sufficient, even 96 might work satisfactory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc1 View Post
    Hey guys.

    I am trying out TCPMP. I am getting quite a few dropped frames.

    My video file:

    .m4v
    320x172 23.98fps
    Played frames: 283
    Dropped frames: 197

    Any suggestions?
    Different format than .m4v maybe?
    You could definitely use a lower frame rate (down to 15), although my 650 plays mpeg4 with 44,100kHz audio and 320x240 25fps video without error. (Bechmark fps = 46), so your 680 should manage your file. Must be something else loading up the system.
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    I use Fairuse and format it to 400MB file Divx to 320X whatever and use 64 kbps audio with no problems.

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