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Topic # 24333 21-Jul-2008 20:14
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Hi all
Just having a strange issue with XPMCE. When watching a recorded show, when I hit fast forward at an ad break (or anytime) the time counter moves, but the image on the screen freezes. When i hit play, a brief frame or two of the video where it now is appears, then the screen goes blank but the audio continues from where i have played. the only way i can regain video is by hitting stop, then resume. I have not changed anything except overclocked my gpu and cpu by about 20%. I set things back to standard, tried a system restore, but no change. Any ideas??
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Dan




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  Reply # 150000 21-Jul-2008 20:29
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What codec do you use?



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  Reply # 150006 21-Jul-2008 20:44
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nVidia PureVideo




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