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Stuttering in Blu Ray

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Lazlo_McCool, Apr 10, 2010.

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  1. Lazlo_McCool

    Lazlo_McCool Thread Starter

    Aug 24, 2009
    Hi I had a quick question. I have a Blu-Ray drive and HD Monitor and good graphics card. I am able to watch Blu Rays just fine and even checking CPU usage it comes in at 50-60% percent with all of my Blu Rays.

    That was until today I bought the Lord of The Rings Trilogy on Blu Ray and it maxes out the CPU Usage and causes stuttering. Is it possible that because the LOTR movies are like an hour to an hour and a half longer that my PC is just having trouble reading it? My Pc fits all of the Specs for Blu Ray playback and works fine. But the processor is a single core Celeron D 3.46 GHZ so is that to blame? I turned off my Anti-Virus protection and it still stuttered to the point of being unwatchable.

    Compaq Presario Intel Celeron D 3.46GHz
    Windows Vista Basic SP2
    2GB Ram
    120GB Hard Drive
    Nvidia BFG GeForce 9500 GT 1GB PCI-E 2.0 Driver, 196.21
    BFG 450 Watt Power Supply
    Samsung p2250 Monitor digital driver
    16X BD-ROM LG Ultra BLue
    Alhena 5 Motherboard
  2. wtxcowboy


    May 25, 2004
    maybe it's just a bad disc. take it back for a replacement.
  3. aliceadams


    Apr 12, 2010
    I know Pinnacle is highly reputed as a very good program and I am sure Ulead does a good job as well, but I expect all are better than WMM2. BTW--Ulead Video Studio 8 also has a free trial and since that was an Editor's Choice, I would certainly recommend trying that out as well as WMM2 and any others that come with free trials.

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