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On The Trail of Bigfoot: The Discovery (2021) [x265]

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The biggest breakthrough in the search for Sasquatch has just been found in Northern Washington. Journey to the location of the best evidence ever discovered for the existence of Bigfoot!

https://www.amazon.com/Trail-Bigfoot-Discovery-Seth-Breedlove/dp/B09KPRK...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TavPLXyZ2fY

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Thanks for sharing, I love Bigfoot stuff!

But for some reason, certain videos that are either ripped and encoded a certain way, probably with the x265 codec, play all glitchy with grey pixelation every other scene on VLC Player. I always thought VLC could play everything, but I run into this quite a bit. I am sure there is a setting I can change in VLC. But has anybody else run into this problem?

TheCorsair00 wrote:

Thanks for sharing, I love Bigfoot stuff!
But for some reason, certain videos that are either ripped and encoded a certain way, probably with the x265 codec, play all glitchy with grey pixelation every other scene on VLC Player. I always thought VLC could play everything, but I run into this quite a bit. I am sure there is a setting I can change in VLC. But has anybody else run into this problem?

i'll download this and try it in VLC and see if i get the same issue bud

Which OS? VLC version?

I think it is my computer, because I tried a recommended player that is usually good for HEVC videos and it played even worse than VLC. "Choppy playback". But only for x265 stuff, from what I can tell. I should probably get a new laptop soon anyways...

My OS:
Processor Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU N2940 @ 1.83GHz 1.83 GHz
Installed RAM 4.00 GB (3.88 GB usable)
System type 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

Decodong x265 is computationally intensive due to its super efficient compression scheme. Your laptop has an ancient underpowered CPU and a defecit of memory, especially if you're running feeble bloated Windows. There are special chips that decode x265 easily which can be found on those cheap TV boxes running Android. Your smart phone may also be able to run them without issue if it's newer than ~ 4 years old.

Thanks for the information - it definitely makes sense to me, as I can't even remember when I got this laptop. Electronic devices need to be upgraded every 3 or 4 years, but this one has been at least double that! But has, until recently, worked for what I need it for. Plex would also be a good idea, too...

tested on both laptop and desktop. both running win 10 and with VLC version 3.0.1.6 Vetinari
no issues to report

Thanks for letting me know.