Online videos (youtube for example) is not running ok.
It doen t run in a constant way. I pauses as if my PC was from the 1960s
It happens in Opera and Firefox as well.
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I just reformatted my sisters 6~ year old laptop since it was running at a crawl and freezing after just an hour of use. I went from Vista to Win7. Now it's running smooth and fast relative to its hardware age and doesn't freeze up any longer, but I'm having trouble streaming videos online.
Youtube, ABC Go, Hulu, etc.. lags and stutters constantly.
I need help with online video players. I just installed ubuntu 11.10 about a week ago on my ASUS n50v. I updated everything and installed flash. everything was working fine. then the software center showed a few updates. I installed all of them. since then I cannot watch videos on some of the websites. Youtube works fine ... but videos on CNN, BBC, Facebook.... none of those work.
I can watch youtube videos using Opera and my nvidia card (GeForce GT-520) with correct colors after running a few terminal commands. But when I download the videos, the faces come up blue when playing them either on movie player or banshee.
I am using the latest nvidia proprietary driver -- 331.38. Are there any workarounds?
well, its not actually a full blown htpc but here's what's gonna be run on it
Amazon Prime Videos through Firefox
Netflix videos through Firefox
Youtube through Firefox
Plex (watch videos, not server) through Firefox
Lots of Flash and Divx based videos and live streams through browser. There are people in my household who like to watch Indian tv and movie through questionable sites.
Sometime over this weekend--I think after an update--I started noticing that videos on Youtube in Chrome have spots on them, and that's with both Flash videos and HTML5 videos. This doesn't happen on other video websites, or even in Firefox.