Fullscreen video on my new 1080p monitor is choppy when it comes from my laptop. The same video plays when not full screen. This goes for all video(Flash/MKV, etc), regardless of video resolution.
I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200 Series card in my Thinkpad Edge, Turion X2 2GHz. The computer plays 1080p fine.
Things I've tried:
Nothing Works. What is the likelyhood that my laptop cannot power a 1920x1280 display?
I have read that a similar issue like this for fullscreen video in VLC can be resolved by right clicking VLC.exe and then goto properties and look under the compatibility tab and check the box labeled: "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings"
I'm on Windows XP SP3, and I'm running Apple Quicktime v7.6.5.
When viewing MPEG-4 videos, every 30 seconds or so, the playback will halt for 5 seconds, and then resume at a point 10 seconds or so into the future.
In essence, it is freezing and skipping.
Any ideas how to combat this?
My laptop is an NEC Versa, with graphics supplied by a mobile Intel 915gm/gms,910gml express chipset family.
Download VLC and trying playing it with that.
If the same issues persist, it is most likely either an issue with your OS/Drivers/Laptop or with the videos themselves.