Motion Judder when playing Xvid on 50" plasma

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  1. smooth-op

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    Hello

    I am not sure if any one else is experiancing this
    i built my HTPC i am quite experinced with PC Hardware
    components are

    Intel I7 2600k socket 1155 (3.2 ghz @4ghz)
    Z68 chipset Motherboard (Asus)
    16Gb ddr3 (Corsair vengance 1866mhz)
    750gb caviar black hard drive
    XFX Black edition HD6870 Ati grapics card


    the HTPC is connected to Onkyo SR706 reciever via a 1.4a cerified hdmi cable (this is irrelevent as my tv or amp does not support 3d but i do want it to bitsream DTS-HD Master audio which works fine)

    THE PROBLEM

    i seem to get motion judder when playing standard resoulution xvid video formats. no matter what player i use its still the same. i have tried using lower resolution but my plasma is only HD ready so 720p is max. and the above hardware should easily play low reolution xvid. i also get this problem with watching bbc iplayer. but because this is web based i didnt weant to use this as a eg..

    All HD Formats work perfectly with out motion judder

    Players used

    VLC player
    Media player (mircosoft)
    Zoom player

    codecs tried

    Cole2k advanced
    Core 2 professional
    divex codec pack

    I have tried updating to the latest drivers for my gfx card. currently on 11.12
    i have tried fresh instalation of windows 7 (64bit) more times then i try to remember

    i was wondering if any one else out there has the same problem and fixed it?

    Thank you
     
  2. jammyb2004

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    What hz you setting the HTPC to? 24? 50? 60?
     
  3. smooth-op

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    it was 60htz just changed it to 50 and hay presto no judder.


    Jammyb your a legend


    thank you so much
     
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    No worries mate. :)
     

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