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    hi, if stuttering is to see a frame during a little more than expected from time to time, i have this too.
    i notice that it come with 3d movie, i tried with avatar, coraline, tron legacy, sanctum 3d. with tron legacy i've tried also the 2d only disk with no problem.
    if it may count my tv is a panasonic gt30 and with the previous player (3d too) i hd no problem.

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    Now I've also seen the stuttering playback. I thought it first was my beamer, but now I've bought a plasma 50" and I can see it there as well.
    The stuttering is the same as seen ex if you are used to play games and framerates drops beacuse of to much heavy graphic.
    The stuttering can be seen for ex on floating objects, ex in the movie Prometheus, in the beginning when the ships is making its decending to the planet. Also in LOTR there is alot of big shots from cameras floating around.
    The stuttering is smaller but more often if I set to 1080/24 instead of regular 1080p. I would say framedrops every 1-2 seconds or even more often.
    Same on DLNA, streaming MKV. USB or DVD or bluray and Smart-tv ( netflix) It doesnt matter of source.

    But when watching a drama for ex Hitch or Lost in Translation there aint so many panorama shots with cameras flying over the fields, so its almost not visible at all.
    I hope this is fixed in the upcoming release. But I can now ( after some training ) se the hickups and stuttering all the time. ( as soon there is a sweep with the camera )
    i didnt found this when watching composit out, only hdmi.

    Hope next firmware fixes this as planned :-)
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    updated new fw, stuttering still not settle down in 3D moives, we can said better than before, but not solve................

    i spend a long time to waiting the new fw (over half year), but it's make me disapointed.
    i used another brand player, even cheaper than 9700, without same problem.................
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    I've tried out the new firmware for BDP9700/12 4.19 that is.
    The stuttering on 2D movies, DVD, blueray and mkv 1080p movies are much improved. But I can still see in some very few scenes there is still small amount of stuttering. ( oh yes I have trained my eye for this :-) ) These scenes where very anoing before end had a harch studdering, often big panorma from left to right. As said much much better but not totally gone. (2-3 each second) In games I would say there was a framedrop from 100 (smooth) down to around 50- 60 ( starts getting little stuttering). But perhaps in games and graphiccards they use another counter ?
    I dont think its related to any specific movies or formats, my guess its got something to do with graphics. ( but thats just me)
    The problem for 2D is good enough. Although If I worked as qualitymanager, I would go crazy :-)

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