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    choppy video in full screen mode

    Hello Everyone,
    I am new ubuntu user and so far am loving it.
    Just one little issue. I have noticed the video is choppy in full screen mode. I have found this problem discussed on other forums but have had no luck.

    I installed wubi over top of windows xp. My computer is a P4 3 Ghz with 1.5 G of ram. 80 Gig hard drive. I currently do not have a video card installed. Will this help my problem? Please help me

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    Re: choppy video in full screen mode

    Quote Originally Posted by Grimdogg76 View Post
    I currently do not have a video card installed. Will this help my problem? Please help me
    Getting a decent video card will improve your video playback performance.
    Operating system: Debian Wheezy 7.0.
    Computer: Celeron 2 ghz laptop, 2 GB RAM.
    Linux user since -99.

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    Re: choppy video in full screen mode

    I too have this issue. All videos including avi and flash are playing choppy with no audio. My system was perfect with Ubuntu 10.04. My bad, why did I upgrade??
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    Intel Pentium T4200(2GHz)
    intel 4500MHD on board graphics,
    2GB ram.

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    Re: choppy video in full screen mode

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras
    or
    sudo apt-get install xubuntu-restricted-extras
    depending on your system

    What are you using to play video? VLC / Mplayer
    No longer participating......

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    Re: choppy video in full screen mode

    Quote Originally Posted by Grimdogg76 View Post
    Hello Everyone,
    I currently do not have a video card installed. Will this help my problem? Please help me
    depends on the video card and if you have the driver installed in "hardware drivers" and hope it's not ati because they are producing some bad drivers lately.

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