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Old 06-22-2011, 11:39 PM
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Something peculiar I found is that videos with a lot of movement in them may need a lower bitrate to play well on this player; for example a stand-up comedy show plays very well at XviD 720x304 778kbps, but for TV-series I even brought it down to 600kbps before I thought it played fluent enough.

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I think that is connected to the encoding and the amount of Key-frames necessary. I don't know if you know how video encoding works, but to save memory you usually keep a few Key-frames, and then only compute the differences between them with some difference-frames, until you need to create a new Key-frame due to a big difference in the image, or reaching a set maximum of difference-frames. So, More movement = more key-frames = requires more computing power to show.

Kinda.
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