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Help with VLC

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I recently used Handbrake to test its h.264 coding, which I say is very nice. Great resolution and quality for how large the files are. Anyways... I use VLC to play these, and it plays it fine, but for some reason if I were to skip to lets say..the middle of the movie, using the time bar on the bottom, the video freezes, but the time keeps counting up(from where I skipped to). If im lucky, I can skip once, but the second time it freezes. Im not sure why its doing this as I can skip anywhere in the movie using that bar with .avis, but for some reason it doesn't like it when I try skipping around with .m4v's (h.264).

Any help would be great.
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