Hector Posted February 7, 2007 Report Share Posted February 7, 2007 I've got a 512mb, Win-XP laptop with roughly 2ghertz but I've been having trouble with playing a matroska file. My computer has the correct filters and in the past I have been able to watch videos in the format, but recently I came across a few files that my computer simply seems insufficient to play ("Le Chevelier d'Eon" to be exact). I've tried both WMP and VLC; the former attempts to keep sound and video insync and so lets the sound skip (which is simply intolerable), while the latter preserves sound-quality but fails to keep the picture updating. I'm not all that familiar with VLC, so I was wondering if their were any easy ways to correct the problem their. Also, it would be helpful if there were any non-obvious ways of increasing my computers performance to allow it to play these files. I've been considering converting them to a more amenable format, but I would prefer to exercize other options first. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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