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Choppy Video Playback

I've just made a short movie and then i encode it to MP4, AVC 10Mbps. It works just fine when i played it in my PC. But then when i transfer the file into my PS3 via a USB device, the video won't play properly. The video is very choppy, but the audio works just fine.

what's wrong? thank u.

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It's probably the codec you're using. divx works nicely.

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