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My hd videos are choppy when downloaded to my computer - what size memory card do I need?

Video is good on playback just choppy on computer. I only have a 16 GB memory card - do i need a bigger one?

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What program are you using on the computer to play the video?

If you're playing the video from the camera, try copying the video to the computer and playing it from there.

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SOURCE: I bought two 4 GB

pny does not supply card readers w/memory cards-sandisk on certain cards includes reader because file format is different on sdhc cards -try downloading direct from camera w/usb or get a card reader that absolutley supports sdhc type cards-not all readers do!

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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mine works also with 8gigabyte card

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: video playback on my computer is slow and choppy

Download the file to your computer. That way, you'll be playing it directly from storage, not through an adaptor & cord.

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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SOURCE: No sound onvideo playback on camera

sound has recorded , camera has no ampliflier to produce sound therefore save on computer then to cvd, or has the camera a s video cable connection (usually red wite and yellow cables) to allow you to play video through your tv using the tv speakers

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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When I try to view a video online, Realplayer tries to install on my computer, but it's already the newest version. So I can't watch the video. What's up?


We'll to override this you could download adobe flash player which will then ask to go default player.adobe usually has the best updated codecs for online browsing.you need at least 2gb memory to cope with hd playback and make sure all other running programs are shut down whilst online browsing videos.if you are watching stuff on computer a good all rounder which is also free is GOM player.plays just about everything without stutter or choppy playback.

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Can i update the video card for hp a610n


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The HP Pavilion A610N was not designed for Win 7 Ultimate as it was only shipped with 512MB of RAM (memory) The Video card is integrated and only supports 64MB, you will have to purchase a AGP 8X video card to install.
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Sony VAIO vgatz750p has problems plating video. Playback is in almost slow motion and choppy


You probably need more ram memory. Also try playing a video in your dvd player. If it plays slow and choppy you definitely need more ram memory.

If you are trying to play a video from a website (streaming) then three things can affect how smooth it plays.
1) Memory - your ram memory might be low
2) The website might be experience heavy traffic from many users.
3) The Line Speed of your internet connection from your service provider might be slow. For example: AT&T sells about 3 or 4 different packages and each one increases the line speed for uploading or downloading. If you buy the low end package the line speed is very slow on uploading and downloading or streaming. It's ok for just surfing, but nothing else.

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Using my ultra flip camera: when I playback my videos on my computer the images are choppy, jumpy or in slow motion while the audio is fine. what can i do?


Two possible Solutions

1) Have you transferred the videos off your flip, and on to your computers hard drive?

USB ports have greatly increased in speed in the last few years but they can still have trouble playing "live" video directly from the camera.

Solution: Plug in your flip. Drag the files to your "desktop" or "my documents" or any other place you like to store them. Play the files from there.

2)Does the video playback ok on your flip? Or on a different computer?

If so the solution is simple, but expensive. Your computer does not have enough processing power/ memory to play back the video. Full uncompressed video is a very large file and most computers older than 2 years have trouble rendering the video frames fast enough. The HD we see on sites like youtube and even on Blu-ray have been compressed. When the files come off the camera they are not compressed and require alot of computing power.

Solution: Buy a new computer. Sorry I know it is an expensive fix. The good news you don't need anything too fancy. A laptop with a 2+ Ghz (gigahertz) processor and 3+ GB of memory, will do the trick and cost between $300-$500.


Hope that helped

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When i download my video and play it back the picture quality is okay but it plays back very choppy


That is a graphics card/processor problem on your pc rather than a problem with the camera. If you record in high def you'll need a pc with a decent processor, plenty of ram & decent graphics card to get decent playback. Try selecting 'view half size' in whatever you are using to watch the videos.

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Whenever i upload a video to my computer it turns out choppy and slow. I downloaded Nikon Transfer and after using it my videos are still choppy. What do I do about this?


I'm a video game programmer with 20 years experience in software, and have a reasonable understanding movie playback software.

I also have a Nikon (S6100) and the problem is nothing to do with PC memory or CPU speed. The Nikon creates a broken version of the MPEG-4 AVC H.264 format, which results in choppy playback. I've tried Quicktime, VLC and the cameras own player - ViewNX2 - same result for all of them.

Converting the buggy .MOV files the Nikon creates to a .avi format produces perfectly smooth (flawless) video, but with the sound out of sync. I can also create perfect quality (lower res) DVD video, but with the sound missing.

I have spoken to Nikon about all this and they are quite simply clueless and will take no responsibility. As there is no firmware up[date for this camera I'm taking the camera back, as it is basically flawed.

I've read a few sites with customers complaining about choppy video for this camera, so it looks like the model itself is flawed.

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I just upgraded my PC 300PL IBM computer's RAM from 128 MB, to 256 MB on each slot (3 slotes), When i watch videos from my pc, or videos from online sites, The playback is slow and choppy. I was wondering...


The problem is that the video-player on your computer is "starving" for audio/video, because your download-speed is not fast-enough to "feed" the stream.

So, when a video starts to play, click PAUSE, and wait for the download to proceed for a while; then, click PLAY, to view the already-downloaded stream.

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Very choppy video


Back when P4 systems were common, the hard drive interfaces were quite marginal for video processing and techniques to force the capture to faster devices (like a RAM drive, or now
SSD drive, or SCSI interface to high end striped drives) were used to smooth the video capture. I have had good luck with SATA3 interface SSD's for capturing video, but continue to use a drive other than the one I boot from so windows doesn't mess up the frame rate.

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