I like to watch videos on YouTube a lot, but even on my home wifi which is fast (xfinity) watching videos in hd buffer and is extremely annoying. My old phone the epic 4g would never buffer on my network when watching in hd. Is it because the one has a 1080p display so it plays videos in 1080p? How do I set YouTube to play videos in 720p by default?
Hi Been loving my note 10.1 since December last year but in the last week I can't watch any YouTube videos. I get the same error when trying to watch via my home Wifi. At first it won't play videos with adverts before they start. Then it was all videos. I thought it was my wifi so swapped my router but this hasn't helped. I tried using my phones 3g network and videos play fine.
Hi guys. Wonder if anyone knows why YouTube videos when loaded take up so much RAM even when the size of those video files are waaaaaaay less then what fills up RAM. I load several videos in Google Chrome and have maybe 100200 MB downloaded, but my physical RAM goes full (2 GB) and about 1 GB of swap also filles up. This makes my Linux box almost irresponsible.
Since the standard installed video-lens in 12.04 also covers youtube, the youtube-lens seems obsolete. However, the programme that connects the youtube lens with minitube (scope-youtube) doesn't seem to connect the videos lens and minitube.
Is there any way to have those videos not opened in my browser but in Minitube?
I have a lot of lecture video content that I would like to have the subtitles for. YouTube automatically generates subtitles for videos under certain conditions (those conditions are still somewhat of a mystery to me).
I would like to be able to use this speech recognition technology outside of YouTube.
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.
I am having the same problem. Started right after a dist-upgrade that had a new version of chrome. When I try YouTube on Iceweasel, the videos are just fine. And it appears to only be a problem with YouTube videos. Videos hosted on other sites are unaffected.
YouTube is the most popular video sharing site – or I can say it has videos about everything. When you’re watching videos on YouTube (Suppose You’re using Ubuntu 11.10) and some of them are such videos that you watch often – repeatedly, in that case you might want to download/save it to your computer’s hard drive.