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Old 3rd September 2006
Tizio Tizio is offline
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Try to use XviD to decode those videos instead of ffdshow.
I think your PC's specs are high enough if you were able to play those movies smoothly before the format.

Maybe the problem is related to the audio codec? Which codec does BSplayer use when those videos are loaded (right-click -> Options -> Filters -> Advanced)?

Jitter = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jitter
For the others I don't know :oops:
The std dev offset (=standard device offset) I think is the time (in ms) that the player (or DirectX/filters?) needs to process the movie frames and send them to the screen.. :?
And the Average sync offset is probably the mean value of the above offsets.
I don't really know..

I only know that you have skipped frames when your PC is not fast enough to process the movie frames to keep them in synchro with the movie time, so the player will skip some frames to keep the time and the images synchronized (and if you have a lot of frames dropped the video will not play smoothly )
Maybe those offsets estimates the difference of time between the movie time ant the real processing time, so if the movie has 25 frames per second and your PC is able to process only 24 of them in one second, then you'll have a delay of 40ms, then the player will skip as many frames as the corresponding delay in processing time (40ms of delay, then it will skip 1 frame since at 25fps every frame is displayed for 40ms)

Note: don't take this info for sure, I'm only guessing :roll:
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