Playback - blockiness and stuttering

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beatsntoons
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Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by beatsntoons » Mon Dec 18, 2017 10:22 am

Hi all

I managed to rip Ghostbusters today, and when I went to play it, my PC crawled.
Specs as follows:
i7 4770
GTX 1070
32GB DDR3.

I've enabled hardware acceleration in VLC, but all I get is stuttering video (disabled audio as well to see if that helps... it doesn't).

How do I verify that MakeMKV has successfully ripped the file correctly? Do I just assume it has because the file exists?

Thanks

preserve
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by preserve » Mon Dec 18, 2017 4:46 pm

MakeMKV will tell you how many titles are successfully saved after completing the save operation.

If you don't see any errors reported, then the rip should have successfully completed.

Try http://mpv.io instead of VLC.
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angelgraves13
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by angelgraves13 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 7:38 pm

Try MPC HC/BE with madvr. VLC isn't the best player.

beatsntoons
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by beatsntoons » Tue Dec 19, 2017 3:45 am

Thanks! I tried mpv and it played the files perfectly :)
Cheers!

sharpie00
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by sharpie00 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:34 pm

I'm running into the same issue with my rips.

Can you recommend an alternative for Mac users?

Thanks

gereral1
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by gereral1 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:57 am

beatsntoons wrote:Hi all

I managed to rip Ghostbusters today, and when I went to play it, my PC crawled.
Specs as follows:
i7 4770
GTX 1070
32GB DDR3.

I've enabled hardware acceleration in VLC, but all I get is stuttering video (disabled audio as well to see if that helps... it doesn't).

How do I verify that MakeMKV has successfully ripped the file correctly? Do I just assume it has because the file exists?

Thanks
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KayakNate
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by KayakNate » Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:13 pm

angelgraves13 wrote:Try MPC HC/BE with madvr. VLC isn't the best player.
What are the differences between HC and BE?

gereral1
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Re: Playback - blockiness and stuttering

Post by gereral1 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:24 pm

KayakNate wrote:
angelgraves13 wrote:Try MPC HC/BE with madvr. VLC isn't the best player.
What are the differences between HC and BE?
Be support 10bit full screen and greater surface textures and 2 audio sources at same time. Support gamma as well.

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