why do my videos stop and go

Hi Clsr333,
Do youвve problems playing both offline and online videos or is it only online videos? If online videos, then do youвve the latest flash player version installed on your computer? Basically, videos on YouTube are streamed through Adobe Flash player. If you're having trouble playing and viewing videos YouTube, we suggest you install the latest version of the Flash player: this will allow you to easily play YouTube videos. How to upgrade to the recent version of Adobe Flash Player? 1. Before installing the most recent version of Adobe Flash player, you will need to first uninstall any older versions of the Flash player you've installed in the past and currently have running on your computer. Please completely uninstall the version of Flash you're currently running, before upgrading to the most recent version. To uninstall Flash, follow Adobe's instructions, listed here. You'll need to download Adobe's official Uninstaller to remove Flash. 2.


Once you've uninstalled the older version of Flash, you'll be ready to upgrade to the most recent version of Flash. To upgrade to the most recent version of the Flash player, please follow these steps: 1. Follow Adobe's instructions for reinstalling the most recent version of Flash. 2. Once you've downloaded the latest version of Adobe Flash, please exit your browser. 3. Finally, click to install the update that you just downloaded to your computer from the Adobe Flash site. Once you've done so, open your browser again and go to YouTube. You should now be able to successfully watch videos! If youвve problems watching offline videos, then I would suggest you to try the steps below. By the way, do you use Windows media player to play your videos or any third party players. If you use Windows media player and your videos are running very slowly, then I would suggest you to visit the link below that talks include some troubleshooting steps.


What can I do about video problems, such as green or pink lines appearing in the video, flickering or choppy video, the Player stops responding when playing video, and so on? Hope this information is helpful. Post your results back. [If this post helps to resolve your issue, please click the "Mark as Answer" or "Helpful" button at the top of this message. By marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster. ] Playing video is one of the great advantages of today s high-powered computers and plentiful bandwidth. Problems with choppy playback usually stem from one of two problems: limited bandwidth and computer memory problems. By addressing these two issues, you should be able to avoid and fix problems with intermittent stop-and-start video playback. Open the Control Panel from the Start Menu. Open the Network Connections icon in the Control Panel. This will open a window showing any active and inactive Internet connections, as well as connections to any internal networks, for instance, an office.


Right-click the active Internet connection icon and select Status from the submenu. This will open a window that, among other things, displays the current connection speed in Mbps or Kbps. According to Microsoft Tech Center, each user should have at least 1. 5 Mbps bandwidth for acceptable performance. Right-click the Internet connection icon again and select Disable if the bandwidth is less than 1. 5 Mbps. Right-click the icon to the now inactive connection and press Enable. The connection is now reset. If it is still not faster, you either need a faster connection or to get other users off the network. If you are downloading large files or streaming multiple videos at once, this can also affect bandwidth and, in turn, streaming video performance. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to pull up the Task Manager. This will show all of the currently running applications.


Shut down any unnecessary applications. This will free up RAM and improve video performance. Right-click the C: drive in My Computer and choose Properties. This will pull up a window showing the amount of space left on the drive. If there is less than 25 percent of the disk remaining, this may be affecting video performance by eating into the RAM. Press the Disk Cleanup button in the C: drive Properties menu. Follow the prompts to delete temporary and unnecessary files that may be cluttering the drive. Press the Defragment Now button from the Tools tab in the C: drive Properties menu. Defragmenting the hard drive consolidates data clusters and allows the motherboard to access them with greater efficiency, improving overall performance, especially in high data-use programs, like video playback. If none of these solutions works, the computer simply may not have enough memory or an adequate video card to allow smooth play of video.

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