Jerky picture

don-tucker

Standard Member
I have connected my HP pavillion PC running Vista to th TV using HDMI cable.
The TV picture is very jerky when playing a file through WM but fine on the PC,does anyone know the answer to this please.
Don
 

noiseboy72

Distinguished Member
Probably related to either the refresh rate of the TV not matching the media clip you are playing or your PC graphics card is struggling to keep up.

A bit more info required, like PC spec, media player version, clip properties etc.
 

don-tucker

Standard Member
Thanks for the quick reply
PC HP Pavilion slimline S3621 Mem 3GB 32 bit OS
Vista SP2
Vidio clip AVI
WMP V11
NVIDA V1.5
Hope that helps
Don
 

Chuck Norris

Distinguished Member
Have you done the basics like update all drivers on the machine?

please download VLC Player and try playing the media with that once all drivers updated as with the specification of your machine you shouldn't really have too much trouble unless it's a Bluray rip you're trying to play.

Spec of your machine for others:

Processor: 2.2 GHz Intel Pentium Dual Core processor E2200
Memory: 3GB DDR2-SDRAM
HD Capacity: 320GB
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9300 GE
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Main Specifications
Processor
2.2 GHz Intel Pentium Dual Core processor E2200
NVIDIA nForce 630i chipset
Memory
3 GB DDR2-SDRAM
2 DIMM sockets
Storage
320 GB SATA 3G Hard Disk Drive (7200 rpm) with up to 13 GB partition for system recovery
DVD writer SATA DVD RAM and Double Layer supporting LightScribe technology
15 in 1 memory card reader
Communication
Ethernet 10/100BT integrated network interface
Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g
Video
NVIDIA GeForce 9300 GE with PureVideo HD technology (DVI/VGA port, HDMI port)
256 MB dedicated memory, up to 1535 MB total available graphics memory as allocated by Windows Vista
Sound
High Definition Audio 5.1
1 front audio port, 3 rear analog audio ports & 1 rear digital audio port
Included accessories
PS/2 keyboard and optical mouse
Ports & Expandability
1 external optical drive bay, 1 internal HDD bay, 1 Pocket Media Drive bay
1 PCI-E 16x low profile
1 PCI-Express 1x low profile (free)
6 USB 2.0 ports (2 in front)
1 FireWire-IEEE-1394 ports
Software
Microsoft Works and Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007
60-Day Trial Version
Roxio Backup MyPC
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0
Windows Mail
Adobe Reader 8.0
HP Total Care Advisor
Photosmart Essential
Windows Photo Gallery
Windows Media Player
Windows Movie Maker
Windows DVD Maker
Cyberlink DVDSuite Deluxe
Muvee AutoProducer
EasyBits Magic Desktop
HP Games Console with hours of free game play, featuring EA Spore Creature Creator
Windows Media Center
Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
 

noiseboy72

Distinguished Member
My guess would be refresh rate. Press the info button on the remote and it will tell you the fresh rate (50Hz or 60Hz.) This needs to match the frame rate of the clip for smooth playback.

Make sure you are only outputting to the TV screen and not any other LCD screens, as this may affect the ability of the graphics card to drive the TV at the correct rate.
 

don-tucker

Standard Member
How would I change the refresh rate on the AVI clip ,the tv is 60hz if that refers to refresh rate, and the PC is 60hz.
Don
 
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spyder viewer

Well-known Member
The setting is for your graphics card You should find it under the desktop settings menu!
 

don-tucker

Standard Member
Downloaded VLC ,a lot better Thanks,will try to upgrage drivers.
don
 

EndlessWaves

Distinguished Member
I have connected my HP pavillion PC running Vista to th TV using HDMI cable.
The TV picture is very jerky when playing a file through WM but fine on the PC,does anyone know the answer to this please.
Don
I'm not clear what the problem is, what's WM?

It sounds like you're saying the picture is ok on the monitor but jerky on the TV, is that correct?
 

don-tucker

Standard Member
Yes Windows Media Player.How would i go about upgrading the Codec driver,and that is correct,the pc picture is ok but on the tv it is jerkey.
I am using a programme called Ultra Mon to mirror the pc monitor on the tv
Don
 

Chuck Norris

Distinguished Member
Ultra Mon is not a program that I am familiar with but it could well be the problem.

I have the option on my machine to 'extend' the desktop through the traditional graphics options, don't you?

To be honest, I wouldn't worry about the codec pack as VLC will play anything you throw at it and I would look into using the Nvidia driver to extend the monitor.

Should you wish to though;

KLite Codec Pack
 

don-tucker

Standard Member
Thanks to you Guys all is well ,used Nvidia to mirror the two monitors and using VCL, perfect.
Thanks a lot for your time,I don't know what I would do without this forum
Don:thumbsup:
 

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