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i have video files that i like to skim through, or start at the middle or skip some parts. some of the video files i have take a long time to do that. they start fine, but if i skip anywhere in the video, even one second, it takes literally at least 3 minutes to do so.
most of these video files are "mpeg-4 file format", i dunno if there's other files. is there a way i can make them go faster? do i have to d/l a video format software?
A few questions, what operating system are you using (Windows Xp, Vista, Windows 7)? What program are you viewing this files with, and are you viewing them from the computer they are on, or from some other media source?