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Old 2006-02-08, 19:06   Link #1
MoloMowChow
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The Bokatsu Tenshi Dokuro Chan episodes

They're very choppy, and i can barely see anything. The picture lags like crazy...

Is their something wrong? I played it with Winamp and Media Player classic, and the shows lag at the same place...

I think it's the shows...
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Old 2006-02-09, 05:14   Link #2
xris
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Originally Posted by MoloMowChow
They're very choppy, and i can barely see anything. The picture lags like crazy...

Is their something wrong? I played it with Winamp and Media Player classic, and the shows lag at the same place...

I think it's the shows...
The problem will most likely be due to the codecs you have installed. It's not a download problem or the files themselves (assuming you did in fact complete the download), basically you just need to have ffdshow installed.

Please follow the Playback Help guide we have on AnimeSuki.
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Old 2006-02-09, 20:38   Link #3
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Please answer the following:

1) Is this your first time trying to watch anime? If not, do you experience this problem with other anime episodes as well?
2) What codecs do you have installed?
3) What are your computer specifications? (most important: what type of processor do you use and what is its clockrate)?
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