Is there a program that play rmvb movies 100% ?

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  1. bo-waleed macrumors 6502

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    is this a problem on osx ??

    even real player mac can't run it 100%.


    i played the same file on both windows and mac, windows play it better.


    when playing on osx it have many lags (when the picture move slowly).
     
  2. Ahngau macrumors newbie

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    I got a similar problem if the video files are on a network drive. I use VLC to play the file.
     
  3. bo-waleed thread starter macrumors 6502

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    do you have lags with vlc or you get less lags ?

    my video files are on the macintosh HD.
     
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    What specific Mac do you have and what settings does the .rmvb file use?
    You can use VideoSpec (I prefer that, though it hasn't been updated since 11/2009), MediaInfo Mac (10/2010) or MediaInfo (10/2010, there is a Mac OS X version to download, VideoSpec and MediaInfo Mac are using the same library as MediaInfo) to analyse the .rmvb files.
     
  7. bo-waleed, Feb 3, 2011
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    i have 2.53 GHz intel C2D with 4 GB (late 2008 MBP )

    /Users/Khalid/Desktop/VideoSpec report 2011-02-03
     
  8. simsaladimbamba

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    What about that .rmvb file?
     
  9. bo-waleed thread starter macrumors 6502

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    ***** First Analyzed File Results *****

    *** General Parameters ***
    - Name: DBGT36.rmvb
    - Container: RealMedia
    - Creation Date: 2011-01-26 7:06:05 PM
    - Size: 64.3 MiB
    - Duration: 0:19:27
    - Bitrate: 452 Kbps
    - Encoding Library: Undefined
    - Encoding Application: Undefined

    *** Video Track Parameters ***
    - Format: RealVideo
    - Size: 53.9 MiB (84%)
    - FourCC: RV40
    - Track number(s): 1
    - Bitrate: Max.: Undefined
    Average: 388 Kbps
    Min.: Undefined
    - Frame rate (fps): Max.: Undefined
    Average: 23.000
    Min.: Undefined
    - Bitrate mode: Undefined
    - Encoding profile: Undefined
    - Resolution: 12 bits
    - Width (Pixel number): 576
    - Height (Pixel number): 432
    - Pixel Aspect Ratio: Undefined
    - Display aspect ratio: 4:3
    - Chroma subsampling format: YUV420p
    - TV standard: Undefined
    - Interlacing: Undefined
    - Encoding library: Undefined
    - Additional Parameters: Bits/(Pixel*Frame) ratio: 0.068

    *** Audio Track(s) Parameters ***
    - Format: RealAudio COOK
    - Size: 8.93 MiB (14%)
    - FourCC: cook
    - Number(s) and language(s): 0: Undefined
    - Details: -
    - Profile: Undefined
    - Bitrate: 64.1 Kbps
    - Bitrate mode: Undefined
    - Resolution: 16 bits
    - Rate: 44.1 KHz
    - Channel(s): 2 (stereo)
    - Position: Undefined
    - Encoding Library: Undefined
    - Additional Parameters: Not available

    *** Miscellaneous ***
    - Subtitle(s): No Subtitle
    - Metadata: Album: Undefined
    Part number: Undefined
    Track name: Undefined
    Track name number: Undefined
    Performer: Undefined
    Screenplayer/Writer: Undefined
    Genre: Undefined
    Encoded date: Undefined
    Comment: Undefined
    Album artist: Undefined
    Grouping: Undefined
    Copyright: Undefined
     
  10. simsaladimbamba

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    I tried that video and it doesn't play fluently in VLC for me too, but it is not CPU intensive, VLC stays around 20% on a 2GHz C2D CPU.
    MPlayer OS X Extended does the same.
    RealPlayerSP seems a bit better, but the audio is not in synch.

    Seems that file is not properly transcoded. Maybe you need to find another source or format for that video.
     
  11. bo-waleed thread starter macrumors 6502

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    yeah i think so because these files transcoded with subtitles.

    and i convert all these videos to avi and then played them in movist.

    the lags are less in avi.
     

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