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Blue ray movie video and audio choppy using Anydvd HD program

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Flybird, Jul 1, 2012.

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  1. Flybird

    Flybird Thread Starter

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    I have the latest version of Anydvd HD 7.0.4.0 installed and using a blueray drive HL-DT-ST_BD-RE WH12LS39 watching Starwars Episode 1 blueray disk the new edition. TO watch the movie, I used CyberLink PowerDVD 12.

    I had Anydvd enable and running. As the movie was playing, many times the video and audio were choppy and video was slow in rendering. It was not a smooth video/audio. When I disabled the Anydvd, playback was perfect and no issues of either video or audio.

    I am asking for help in finding out why the video and audio were slow and choppy when Anydvd was enabled.

    Any help would be appreciated

    Flybird
     
  2. Oddba11

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    You don't need AnyDVD for Blu-ray disc playback on a PC with proper Blu-ray support (ie: drive, video card, monitor, media player). If it's working without it, simply leave it disabled.
     
  3. Flybird

    Flybird Thread Starter

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    I have disks from two different regions A and B and need to have the Anydvd on my system to allow me to change without locking up regions. I need help on this to allow fluid and clear playback of Video and audio playback.
     
  4. Oddba11

    Oddba11 Jim

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    As AnyDVD is a paid software, I'd suggest contacting them. I've not seen, nor encountered this issue.
     
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