I often download video files in the TS format and watch them with Media Player classic. I often skip forward a few seconds with shortkeys. My issue is that after skipping forward, I immediately can hear the Audio, but it takes roughly about 1-3 seconds until I can see the video where I skipped to.
I would like to see the video immediately. I think that it takes some time for the CPU to calculate where exactly the video stream should skip to, and then it has start playback again from there, etc. So I am aware that there is some computation to be done to correctly resume playback and that this computation is quicker for audio than for video.
However, I think there can be a way to improve (i.e. shorten) the time I have to wait until the video resumes after skipping forward.
I already read that in Media Player Classic under Options -> Output I should change the Renderer to "Overlay Mixer Renderer". I tried that, but it did not help. I also tried to watch the file with VLC.
Are there any other ways to decrease the waiting time when skipping forward in videos (in my case TS video files)?