VGA Drivers for SiS
peter.garrett at optusnet.com.au
Mon Sep 25 07:12:41 UTC 2006
On Mon, 25 Sep 2006 09:37:07 +0530
Sameera Shaakunthala <shaakunthala at gmail.com> wrote:
> When I play a video file in the full screen mode, the video is viewed
> like a slide show (flickering). But there's no any problems with audio
> This seems like the player steps into video frames.
It may be that your on board video card just can't cope with that video in
full screen. I have a SiS on board card that uses 32 MB of memory ( out of
512 in total) and it has problems with full screen video, particularly
video that has a lot of action/ is aimed at 3d enabled cards.
You can see which drivers the system has loaded by doing this
in a terminal:
In my case a number of modules refer to sis ( for instance sis_agp ) . I
suspect you will see something similar.
To sum up: I suspect a 16MB on board card just doesn't have the power to
cope with full-screen video unless the video file is quite
simple/undemanding graphically. Some videos play fine full-screen here,
with my SiS card, while others don't.
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