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?
Need to boost your streaming quality when using the YouTube application? Or even lower the streaming quality? Now you can. The YouTube app now lets you choose exactly what resolution to stream content in. From the start, all devices are set to ‘Auto’ with other options sitting behind the scenes (or the cog within the app). There were a few options already but it topped out at 720p.
Dear guys,I noticed that my internet connection (Router and computer are connected via LAN-Cable) is slow sometimes, I notice that especially when using Youtube (on 1080p, sometimes even on 720p). There is no difference between using Youtube via Browser+Flashplugin and watch Youtube-videos as a stream in vlc. "Sometimes" means quite often and based on rules I don't see.
I am using 2.3.5 official update.
720p videos are working fine with MX player with hardware decoding on.
But 1080p videos are not working with hardware decoding. It plays with a lot of lag with software decoding in MX player.
I am wondering if I overclock the device will it play 1080p videos with software decoding.
Is there any other way I can play 1080p videos on this device.
I recently bought this Acer Aspire One 722 and I have used it for around two weeks under Windows 7 Ultimate X64. Everything runs smooth on it except for when playing 1080p videos in .MKV format or Youtube.
So now, I finally got to dual boot both Win7 and Ubuntu 11.10. I love Linux!
Hi guys, wanted to see if anyone else has noticed this aswell, on the youtube app over a H data connection even when i put it to high quality the videos look quite pixelated, on wifi they look fine, i have a full h+ signal so its not a bad connection so i was thinking mibbe youtube hasnt caught up with the 1080p screens ?, anyone have any ideas ?