Still have a problem? Ask for help at our discussion forum.


Advanced Search

 »  Home  »  Troubleshooting Computer Page 3  »  Video DVDs stutter
Video DVDs stutter
Published  06/29/2011 | Troubleshooting Computer Page 3 | Unrated
Video DVDs stutter

Cause: This is a common problem with most DVD players. During video playback, most drives drop down to a lower speed to cut down on the excessive noise they make when spinning at high speeds. In technical terms, this lowering of the speed is called riplock. In poor-quality DVD drives, riplock is responsible for video stutter.

Solution: When choosing a DVD drive, make sure it won’t suffer from video stutter - ask people who have bought the same model you’re contemplating. Essentially, opt for drives from known manufacturers.

How would you rate the quality of this article?
1 2 3 4 5
Poor Excellent

Enter the security code shown below:

Add comment

Popular Articles
  1. List of IrfanView Shortcuts
  2. When replying to a message in Outlook, a copy goes into the Inbox
  3. Precautions to take while using internet in Cyber Cafes
  4. List of uTorrent Shortcuts
  5. Windows 7 Startup and shutdown time
No popular articles found.