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Default Corrupted sound when seeking timeline

For some DivX Files(encoded with Divx5), if you seek/slide forward or especially backward of the video's timeline, the sound becomes corrupted just for 1 or 2 seconds, then it resumes normal. It cannot be called as a "problem" but i wonder why.

This usually happens when seeking video from CD-ROM, but at first, i thought CD-ROM's access latency or disc's dirt or others might cause this sound corrupt, but it happened after i copied the file to HDD.

So, isn't there a error correction or record for some video files like DivX ones(avi)?

If it's related to CD-ROM drive, why did it happen while running from HDD also? (though i copied the video to HDD from CD)
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I think you're using Pro-version isn't it?
If so, is buffer enabled for CD-ROM drives?
(rightclick > Options > Preferences > General > [Network buffer])
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I think you're using Pro-version isn't it?
If so, is buffer enabled for CD-ROM drives?
(rightclick > Options > Preferences > General > [Network buffer])
Yes, Pro. But the question is: Why does it happen also when running the SAME file from HDD? Other divx files which are not moved on a optical disc like CD, works fine (captured through TV).
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But did you check buffers?

When a file is copied from CD to harddisk, it probably is read-only. Don't know if that could have anything to do with it though!
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