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    Odd teamspeak problem.

    Basically if I watch 1080p movies on apple.com, I get crackling sound and my mouse jerks. Now when I turn teamspeak off - I go to the specific movie (say 300) and click on "high definition", now with TS on my mouse would jerk as it loaded the various iconrs for 480p/720p/1080p. Without TS I get no mouse jerk OR sound distortion>?

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    TS using too much system resource as its a real time converter ?
    It is Inevitable.....


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