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I carnt watch video clips or any type of film clip as my computor just freezes or stops and starts

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Welcome to fixya

if your downloading movies from the intenet you will need to download divx codec this can be found on divx.com

if this does not help the your video card might not be good enough to play the movies or could be your computer is not fast enough to run them
close out al other programs and try it any programs running in the back ground can slow down movies to

hope this helps out have a good day

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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My recorded tv freezes when trying to watch them


The whole thing freezes? As in the mouse or keyboard won't even work?

If it's just the video that freezes and you can shut it off, most likely it's a codec issue. Which is dumb since everything you're using came packaged together in the unit. Installing a third party codec pack would solve this issue.

Though, if you're whole PC is freezing when you try to play a video then I have a few other questions to ask you to narrow the potential problems down:

1. Open up the player that opens automatically when you try to watch something, but don't load a video into it. Did everything still freeze?
2. If not, then open a video file that is not something you recorded from TV, like a DVD or a video clip from the net. Did it freeze then?
3. When it freezes, does it freeze instantly? Or does it run for a little bit then freeze. If the latter is the case, what happens in the time between opening the file and the lock down?

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These days every programs have started explaining things by showing you a video clips which requires downloading through a software called adobe flash player. The process of downloading is quite time...


Adobe Flash Player is an add-on on browsers like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. it plays a vital part in playing video clips as it is interpreting the video file to play on the browser. Also you can update to the latest version so that you will be able to watch video clips automatically. One thing that might be the cause of the slow download is your internet connection. You can ask assistance from your Internet Service Provider to check what is the speed of your Internet. You can get the latest Adobe Flash Player from Adobe.com and by clicking on the link on the right part of the page to download the latest version of Flash Player.
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When trying to watch a short film clip or a short video, my computer stops showing the film, because the buffer cannot keep up . It may stop 6 or 7 times on a short clip.If I pause it long enough to let it...


your pc sounds really good... unfortunately, it sounds like your internet speed leaves a lot to be desired... or you need to upgrade your video card... if you have another computer and it does the same thing then its your internet speed... if another computer works great then try right clicking on video and adjusting buffer size to infinity and if that doesn't work then you need to upgrade video card...

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Monitor freezing and screen crackling.


Sounds to me like your graphics processor is overheating, or possibly the cpu. Are any of these components new? you may want to make sure that they have proper cooling. On the other hand if its a few years old, may jus need to replace the overheating component.

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Computer video problem


Hi there

This is something you can try.

Go into My Computer.

Right click one of the video clips.

Select "Open With", then "choose program".

Now you should get a list of programs you can play the file with, the best ones are at the top.

Select Windows Media Player or Real Player.

Click OK.

Now if the video clip works OK....

Repeat the procedure, but this time check the box below that says "always open this type of files with the selected program".

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When i try vidio clips the sound and the vidio ,stops few seconds and starts again and does it again and again .


it may be that your graphic card is not powerful enough to handle 3D and animation programs like watching video clips on the internet, movies on your computer etc.
try upgrading your graphic card to a more powerful ones like ATI and Nvidia graphics, both manufacture good graphics card.
If you want to upgrade, consider the following:

your system slot type: PCI, AGP, or PCI-express. read your PC manual for the correct card type.
Purchase the correct video card type based on your system slot type.
also look for graphic cards with more memory .


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I RECEIVED AN E-MAIL TYPLE PERRY IT HAD A VIDEO CLIP WHEN I TRIED TO PLAY IT. It would play and stop play and stop every time i try to play a video it does what is the problem I BOUGHT THIS COMPUTER...


I wonder if you're having an issue with just this specific video clip or all video clips? If it's just one video clip then I suspect htat it's a file corruption with this one clip. Have the person who sent it to you resend.

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I want to take a digital camera video clip and put it onto a flash drive. The clip is approxiamately 10 minutes. Will it fit onto a 1 GB flash, or even less? I hope this is the sort of question that is...


The amount of memory required depends on the amount of compression. 1 GB is good enough for about 25 minutes
of a premium quality DVD movie, and several house of
reasonable quality mpeg video

In terms of short video clips from an hand held digital mini
camera, the 1 GB Flash card is plenty, providing the camera
uses an efficient compression algorithm.

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Which format are the films in. I've used vlc and had problems and I have a duo core 1.6ghz 1024mb ram 100gighd 32mb vid

Even AVS video player hangs a bit, DivX works OK plays everything but DVD.

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