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Old December 1st, 2011, 04:58 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by brounmoney View Post
Ok so I have still been playing with netflix app on my fire, and I found something that I just don't understand. Ok so I have been watching a lot of mad men on netflix which is what has been giving me the most trouble with choppy video. I try another Tv show Friday Night Lights and it was choppy as well. The really crazy thing is all the movies that I have watched have been fine. I don't understand why because would a movie not be a bigger file and need more bandwidth to run then a Tv show? If there is someone that could explain this to me that would be awesome. Also if you have had this problem and found a fix that would be awesome as well. Thanks in advance for the help.
The only difference in bandwidth MIGHT be if it were HD vs Widescreen or something like that.

The encoding could affect bandwidth as well if it is different for different content.
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