HD videos, True HD videos
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I didn't look around for other topics that where like this, I'm not sure what the pixels on CR are, they may be different then the information for Most HD videos, I'm not sure what the recommend system requirements for videos on CR is. If you happen to know, please post. =] And I do not think there is a duplicate of this thread any where else. o_o

As most of you know, HD videos need lots of computer power, but that's not all it needs.
HD=720P 1280×720 resolution.
To get the best image for a 720p video, your resolution should be equal of higher then it.

Difference between 720P, 1080P, and 1080i?


Screen size isn't just the only factor in playing a HD/True HD video.
But, can your video card support it?
720P takes just about 1 million pixels to play it,
1080i/1080P takes about 2.7million pixels.

To play HD videos your video card should have a decent amount of memory size to it.
If you don't know how, and would like to know exactly what it is. There is a nice program by TechPowerUp called GPU-Z
Link to download page: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/SysInfo/GPU-Z/

After you find out how much Memory size on your video card you have,
Look around for stuff like this : http://forums.finalgear.com/technology/lagging-720p-videos-while-using-computer-what-needs-upgrading-23987/
To find out if your problems are similar.
(Remember I do not know the recommended system requirements for CR's video's.)
If you can play 720P you can play anything lower then that. =]


I hope this helps o_o';
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Oh, thank you. But, I stick with K-Lite full codeq pack.
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thanks?
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meh

I have
http://www.futurelooks.com/samsung-syncmaster-t220-widescreen-22-inch-lcd-monitor-review/
to my computer

but if I want to watch something in HD I just run video and audio through a HDMI cable from my graphic card to my TV
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Baka-God wrote:

Oh, thank you. But, I stick with K-Lite full codeq pack.


=P
Never heard of that -looks it up-
I'm using CoreAVC Professional Edition, and DviX. They work out pretty good. =]
CoreAVC= mostly for Blu-ray videos tho.


Hedbrant wrote:

meh

I have
http://www.futurelooks.com/samsung-syncmaster-t220-widescreen-22-inch-lcd-monitor-review/
to my computer

but if I want to watch something in HD I just run video and audio through a HDMI cable from my graphic card to my TV



When i run from my graphic cards to my TV using HDMI, it gets blurry, (using 1080p everything) and my TV supports 1080p and 1080i, so its weird @_@;
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hinatalover1 wrote:


Baka-God wrote:

Oh, thank you. But, I stick with K-Lite full codeq pack.


=P
Never heard of that -looks it up-
I'm using CoreAVC Professional Edition, and DviX. They work out pretty good. =]
CoreAVC= mostly for Blu-ray videos tho.


Lol.

My computer can't play Blue Ray. It's beyond heaven to watch it, but my computer is just a plain old thing. I can't even update windows, or it'll die. K-Lite is a handy and good codeq. It never failed me. You should try it too. >;o
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Hedbrant wrote:

meh

I have
http://www.futurelooks.com/samsung-syncmaster-t220-widescreen-22-inch-lcd-monitor-review/
to my computer

but if I want to watch something in HD I just run video and audio through a HDMI cable from my graphic card to my TV



When i run from my graphic cards to my TV using HDMI, it gets blurry, (using 1080p everything) and my TV supports 1080p and 1080i, so its weird @_@;


what graphic card are you using?

My friend also had some trouble with blurryness. It turned out he had bend the cable too much. Try with another HDMI cable if you have one

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My laptop can't handle HD unfortunately...
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Baka-God wrote:


hinatalover1 wrote:


Baka-God wrote:

Oh, thank you. But, I stick with K-Lite full codeq pack.


=P
Never heard of that -looks it up-
I'm using CoreAVC Professional Edition, and DviX. They work out pretty good. =]
CoreAVC= mostly for Blu-ray videos tho.


Lol.

My computer can't play Blue Ray. It's beyond heaven to watch it, but my computer is just a plain old thing. I can't even update windows, or it'll die. K-Lite is a handy and good codeq. It never failed me. You should try it too. >;o


K-Lite is a free codeq? If I'm correct, Ehh, sense I started using CoreACV, its been good. =]
I'll stick with it. xD


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Hedbrant wrote:

meh

I have
http://www.futurelooks.com/samsung-syncmaster-t220-widescreen-22-inch-lcd-monitor-review/
to my computer

but if I want to watch something in HD I just run video and audio through a HDMI cable from my graphic card to my TV



When i run from my graphic cards to my TV using HDMI, it gets blurry, (using 1080p everything) and my TV supports 1080p and 1080i, so its weird @_@;


what graphic card are you using?

My friend also had some trouble with blurryness. It turned out he had bend the cable too much. Try with another HDMI cable if you have one





I'm running sli on x2 9500GT's 1gb ddr2 each o_o';
It was a brand new monster HDMI cable, it works on everything, it may just be the DVI to HDMI converter @_@;




choclate28 wrote:

My laptop can't handle HD unfortunately...

Ehh, i have some crappy HP laptops, they have 8MB of DDR2 video memory, it works on 480i if its in full screen, if not it LAGS. xD
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hinatalover1 wrote:




Hedbrant wrote:




Hedbrant wrote:

meh

I have
http://www.futurelooks.com/samsung-syncmaster-t220-widescreen-22-inch-lcd-monitor-review/
to my computer

but if I want to watch something in HD I just run video and audio through a HDMI cable from my graphic card to my TV



When i run from my graphic cards to my TV using HDMI, it gets blurry, (using 1080p everything) and my TV supports 1080p and 1080i, so its weird @_@;


what graphic card are you using?

My friend also had some trouble with blurryness. It turned out he had bend the cable too much. Try with another HDMI cable if you have one





I'm running sli on x2 9500GT's 1gb ddr2 each o_o';
It was a brand new monster HDMI cable, it works on everything, it may just be the DVI to HDMI converter @_@;




it can be the converter, yes. It has to be the correct series.
But my friends cable was brand new too.
So if you can, try another one
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choclate28 wrote:

My laptop can't handle HD unfortunately...


You're not alone. ):
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choclate28 wrote:

My laptop can't handle HD unfortunately...


You're not alone. ):


And you're not the last one =(
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