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Thanks to Millenius over at xda-developers

Customize the options of Coreplayer :
Menu / Tools / Colors = Native
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Video / Video output = Raw FrameBuffer
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Video / Smooth zoom = OFF
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Video / Dither = OFF (uncheck)
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Advanced / Slow video memory = check


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Cheers dude - the sooner TMob stock this the better!

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Cheers dude - the sooner TMob stock this the better!

Is there any news that they are even going to stock it?

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Thanks to Millenius over at xda-developers

Customize the options of Coreplayer :
Menu / Tools / Colors = Native
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Video / Video output = Raw FrameBuffer
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Video / Smooth zoom = OFF
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Video / Dither = OFF (uncheck)
Menu / Tools / Preferences / Advanced / Slow video memory = check
not sure if i'm allowed to do this or not but here is his original post

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I've found that a ripped DVD at standard resolution in DivX format plays fine and looks really good without having to change any settings without any jumping.

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I've found that a ripped DVD at standard resolution in DivX format plays fine and looks really good without having to change any settings without any jumping.


I have 2x Touch HD's & both don't playback without jittering... until after i installed the sd-card tweak & did the above.....

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I have 2x Touch HD's & both don't playback without jittering... until after i installed the sd-card tweak & did the above.....


What is the SD-card tweak?

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What is the SD-card tweak?

thanks to tnyynt over at xda-developers full post

Device/Internal/SD Card Storage Speed
Fire up your favorite system benchmark application (i.e.: SKTools) and run a benchmark on Device Storage and one on SD Card. You will obviously see that Device Storage is way faster (like more than 3 times faster) than SD Storage. "What the...? I have a Class 6 SDHC Card?" Yes you do! There are also Operating System drivers for that. The thing is, the Operating System is not configured properly to take advantage of that.
Solution: Download my attached cab, install to Device, Soft Reset, run your benchmark again! What do you see?

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Edited by ptrbee, 21 November 2008 - 05:16 PM.

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