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Old 11th September 2010
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Default Running an .MKV file on BSPlayer and it works but it lags really bad.

i downloaded all the necessary codecs (K-Lite Pack, AC3 Filter, CCCP) andi run the video in BSPlayer fine, it just lags a lot.

i just bought this new laptop :

AMD Phenom II Triple-Core Mobile Processor
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics
4 GB RAM
Blu-ray Disc-enabled DVD±RW/CD-RW drive

i dont understand why the video is lagging.
i dont think its the file because the source i downloaded it from had no complaints.

help please
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i downloaded all the necessary codecs (K-Lite Pack, AC3 Filter, CCCP) ....
You seem to think that this is something positive .... to the contrary !! .... On this forum we've always advised against codec-packs (and certainly more codec-packs). It is always better (and surely more manageable) to install codecs/filters individually. And then only those codecs/filters which are really needed. Note that more most certainly isn't the equivalent of better! Moreoften it does more harm to your system than good! I would start with uninstalling all packs. (I suppose you installed AC3 filter individually, in which case it is probably OK to keep it.)
Question: when you installed BS.Player, did you allow it to 'internally' (i.e. for use by BS.Player only and not interfering with your system's codecs) install its preferred codecs/filters? What OS are you using and did you install BS.Player with its default settings?
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Question: when you installed BS.Player, did you allow it to 'internally' (i.e. for use by BS.Player only and not interfering with your system's codecs) install its preferred codecs/filters? What OS are you using and did you install BS.Player with its default settings?
yes i did allow it,
my OS is windows 7
and yes i installed BSPlayer with the default settings
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