Updating codecs on windows media player
For those reasons and more you should download this codec pack and install it into your Windows 7 operating system.View full description The Windows 7 Codec Pack contains all of the codecs that you should have received when you bought the Windows 7 operating system.
I recently upgraded my TV from a 24" to a 52" and suddenly many more flaws are apparent in my video playback.It allows you to play movies and videos with other media players and it allows you to view/hear files you downloaded and files you ripped from CDs and even DVDs (from original discs).The codec pack has both 64-bit codecs and 32-bit codecs.Select the latest version of Windows Media Player for your operating system in the Select Version box. When prompted, click "Save" and download the Windows Media Player updating file to your desktop.For example, select Windows Media Player 11 for Windows XP if you are currently using Windows Media Player 10. Double-click the Windows Media Player updating file and click "Run" to launch the installation wizard.Go to the Windows Media download page (see Resources).
Select "Windows Media Player" in the Select Download box.
As a test, I closed out of XBMC and loaded the video in windows media player (even the .mkv). just saw it in a related post) but nothing changed.
I'm sure there's been others with this problem but whenever I search on "XBMC Video playback stuttering", I get everyone saying the playback is constantly stuttering and it's usually their system isn't powerful enough to play the movies.
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I was told I need to update my codecs to solve a video/audio sync problem.