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I have the same problem my Internet speed is 1.1Mbps is this fast enough? The same happens when I stream from TV eg. QVC TV channel picture freezes and start to rebuff. It is very annoying.
I do wait and let it buffer all the way but when I play the video, the video stops in the middle of it and asks if I want to atch it again
Leo thank's a milion,you put my mind at eas.My sound has been exactly as you have said above.
I have a playlist saved on you tube with 18 songs. It is the same 3 any and every time I play the list. I have plenty of hard disk space for the temp file. I think there's more to it.
I'd like play just an excerpt of youtube video on my web site. I know how to play youtube video, but not the excerpt (e.g., a segment from 15 sec. to 25 sec.). Would you advice what code should I insert to achieve that? Thank you. Art
I use the following code to place youtube video on my web site:
I have the stop and go of my youtube videos which is odd because it wasn't happening 2 weeks ago. My laptop is brand new and the youtube was working perfectly then suddenly I started having the stop and go. I cleared my cookies & still no help. When I hit the pause, the red line stops completely so its not downloading while I wait. Even if I wait for the entire video to download and then hit replay, it starts the same stopping and going. Could I have done something to bring this on suddenly?
Here is my issue: latest version of Firefox, and after some day all flash videos (youtube, etc.) begin stopping after 1-2seconds. Also, no sound.
- First, open Mozilla plug-ins folder (C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\plugins\)
- Then, flash plug-in folder (C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\)
- Check if NPSWF32.dll is present in Mozilla folder. If not, just copy it. Restart Firefox and it should be fixed.
Some other workarounds I've found on the web: Uninstall RealPlayer (if you use it), or install previous build of Flash Player. Old builds can be found here: http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_14266&sliceId=2
Hope it helps!
I had this problem crop up suddenly and found that it was due to a clutter of files and other junk I allowed to accumulate on my desktop. I ashcanned a bunch of videos and other files just sitting on my desktop and the problem with videos starting and stopping went away. You might try that.
Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!! I hit pause and let the video completely download, went back and when I hit play - it played just as it "should" - no stops and starts. I am very grateful. :-)
Is the buffering a Vista problem? I have a notebook with vista (w/3 megs of ram) that has this problem and a desktop with XP that does not.
both are connected to the internet thru a broadband connection. What should I do?
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