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playing vids

by ceba99 / October 17, 2006 8:37 AM PDT

hey

i have this problem where the vids im playing in my browsers, firefox and ive tried ie, stops playing randomely and wont continue, even when i refresh and try to buffer again it stops in the same place.

tho if i try again like the next day then it might stop again but in a different place.

dont know how to further explain the issue, but it happens even when i let it buffer 100% so..

thx for all help in advance Happy

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Name some of the videos...
by John.Wilkinson / October 17, 2006 9:37 AM PDT
In reply to: playing vids

Online videos can be in a number of formats requiring Flash, Windows Media Player, Quicktime, etc, so it's important to know what videos this is happening with. It could also be a problem with the video or the site freezing in the middle of playing due to high demand.

Let us know.
John

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The videos..
by ceba99 / October 18, 2006 5:07 AM PDT

Its pretty much all videos on Youtube, VideoGoogle, Metacaf

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They're all Flash-based...
by John.Wilkinson / October 19, 2006 2:45 PM PDT
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All three of those video sources use Flash-based media players, so unless you're on a low-speed connection that's most likely the culprit. I'd suggest uninstalling and reinstalling Flash Player 9 and then clicking here to test their operation.

Let us know how it goes.
John

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