Scintilla wrote:My experience with WMV files has been that random seeking to most places in any given WMV file will exhibit this problem: there'll be a few seconds of still before the video gets going properly again.
I've always guessed that it's a problem with the encoder not using enough keyframes (I-frames). You could try to counter this, I suppose, by making a custom WMV profile with Windows Media Encoder that clamps down on the maximum gap between keyframes, but other than that...
This is why I've always hated the WMV container, even though the WMV9 codec is capable of perfectly decent compressibility.
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