Why my video playback is choppy!?

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The reason why your video playback is choppy could be related to your Internet speed or connection if it is a video you are watching online. To combat this, allow the video to fully buffer before playing it. If it's a video you have stored on your computer, close down any other non-essential programs and use a good media player such as VLC to play it.
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