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Old Oct 3, 2010, 7:01 AM   #21
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Yes I don't read manuals . But now that I know thanks. I will try out the video on my work computer, which should be higher than 3.0 ghz.

I have tried Vlc player already but not WMP. I will give that a try as well.

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1. you did no read the manual, but we know love to play first then read later.

With the Sanyo the larger th file size and longer it is, videos will be Choppy, stated by Sanyo a Professional company.

The requirements must be Higher than 3.0 ghz of the machine you run, in order not to have chopiness. This not a flaw , defect, or issue.

You already tried VLP, and on win 7 you tried watching with WMP?
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Old Oct 3, 2010, 7:28 AM   #22
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I just got my PD2 from woot and took some 1080 videos with it. When I play it back on my computer with VLC player, the video is choppy and stutters.

When I play the video on my PD2 it does not stutter.

Why is the video choppy when I play the video on my comp?

I've got an Athlon X2 3800+ processor running on a 64bit Windows 7.
Your CPU should be able to play full HD smooth. How much RAM u got and which graphic card? I'm able to play full HD smoothly on an old P4 2.6Ghz with 2GB RAM. This is only possible if I use Coreavc codec with MPC v6.4. If I play it through VLC or WMP it stutters like you have experienced. Now I dont know which graphic card you have but newer GPU's from either ATI or Nvidia decodes video in hardware. ATI's UVD and Nvidia's CUDA technology takes the heavy load off the CPU and decodes 720p 1080p fast.
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Old Oct 3, 2010, 7:43 AM   #23
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Amazon has once again dropped the price down to 139.95
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Old Oct 19, 2010, 7:20 PM   #24
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http://sellout.woot.com/?ts=12875164...56ea92e58a34dd

MY heart is jumpping 119 + 5.00 again Sellout.com.

What made me look at woot this evening, I just do not know and it caught my eye?

Maybe if. ah all those lucky people wh held out?
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Yes I don't read manuals . But now that I know thanks. I will try out the video on my work computer, which should be higher than 3.0 ghz.

I have tried Vlc player already but not WMP. I will give that a try as well.

Thanks for your help!
Did you install software came with camcorder?
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Page one that is the software, it is a uploader only, you may be better off using it and using youtubes new editing feature forfee lol
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