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Old 05. Jul 2013, 08:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is my pc too slow for playing 720p and 1080p without gpu acceleration?

I have a problem with 720p and 1080p Mkv-s in Vlc,. While i m playing 720p and 1080p mkv is in vlc they are stuttering and lagging on some part of the movie. When i turned on the gpu acceleration the stutterin and lagging is gone. then i tried the same filles play in several other players with and without gpu acceleration if they had the option for gpu acceleration.The players were MPCHC,Gom player,KMPlayer,PotPlayer,BSplayer,Zoom player and smplayer.MPC.-HC,BSPlayer, Zoom player,KMPlayer, Potplayer,played the video on the same part as vlc without stuttering( no matter if it's gpu enconding on or off) and in gom and smplayer the video was sttutering. I also tried reinstalling pc and updating drivers but the sittuations is the same. My questions are:
1. why are the mkv lagging in vlc when is gpu acceleration turned off), gom player and Smplayer but they are not lagging in others players with or without gpu acceleration turned off?
2. Is my pc too slow for playing 720p and 1080p without gpu acceleration? or is it just a problem in vlc, Smplayer, gom?
3. Which of this all players schould i use for video playback and how schould i configure them for best settings?
4. Is my pc fast enough for using madvr?
Please answer to all questions!
My pc configuration is: CPU- Intel Core i3 2120 @ 3.30GHz
Motherboard: Asus P8H61-MX R2.0
Gpu: MSI Radeon Hd 7750 1GB DDR 5 (R7750-1GD5/OC)
Ram : 8 gb
OS : Windows 8 Pro 64-bit
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