Youtube video stutter
Hello, when watching a Youtube video, the display will stutter every so often, it is either something different in the new flash 10 or the Nvidia drivers that are at fault. Audio does not stutter or falter during video's. it seems more prominent in Full Screen mode oh and it is not "buffering" I'm not a noob.
Hello, when watching a Youtube video, the display will stutter every so often, it is either something different in the new flash 10 or the Nvidia drivers that are at fault. Audio does not stutter or falter during video's. it seems more prominent in Full Screen mode oh and it is not "buffering" I'm not a noob.

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#1
Posted 11/21/2008 06:09 AM   
I noticed that too, and I'm still using 177.92 (the last driver which works without corruption with Battlefield 2142 + 4xAA on my 9800 GTX).

It must be the video acceleration that they implemented in flash 10. I noticed if you don't move the mouse cursor off/on the flash applet too much, it doesn't happen often or at all... so I just don't touch the mouse when playing flash and definitely don't ADD-spaz with the flash right-click menu, etc.
I noticed that too, and I'm still using 177.92 (the last driver which works without corruption with Battlefield 2142 + 4xAA on my 9800 GTX).



It must be the video acceleration that they implemented in flash 10. I noticed if you don't move the mouse cursor off/on the flash applet too much, it doesn't happen often or at all... so I just don't touch the mouse when playing flash and definitely don't ADD-spaz with the flash right-click menu, etc.

#2
Posted 11/21/2008 06:23 AM   
This seems isolated to Youtubes "High Quality" option for there videos... Watch this in both High Quality and Normal Quality. [url="http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=rifacPkpnCI&fmt=18"]http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=rifacPkpnCI&fmt=18[/url] [Sonic 1 TAS]
This seems isolated to Youtubes "High Quality" option for there videos... Watch this in both High Quality and Normal Quality. [url="http://ca. [Sonic 1 TAS]

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#3
Posted 11/27/2008 02:12 AM   
[quote name='Franpa' post='469163' date='Nov 27 2008, 12:12 AM']This seems isolated to Youtubes "High Quality" option for there videos... Watch this in both High Quality and Normal Quality. [url="http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=rifacPkpnCI&fmt=18"]http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=rifacPkpnCI&fmt=18[/url] [Sonic 1 TAS][/quote]
Most High Quality videos play fine for me. However, I got stutter in a non high quality one, which used to play fine and plays fine if I download it: [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP3W8rqnZI8&NR=1"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP3W8rqnZI8&NR=1[/url]
Watch out when opening it!!! Improper content, but nothing heavy... :">
[quote name='Franpa' post='469163' date='Nov 27 2008, 12:12 AM']This seems isolated to Youtubes "High Quality" option for there videos... Watch this in both High Quality and Normal Quality. [url="http://ca. [Sonic 1 TAS]

Most High Quality videos play fine for me. However, I got stutter in a non high quality one, which used to play fine and plays fine if I download it:

Watch out when opening it!!! Improper content, but nothing heavy... :">

#4
Posted 11/27/2008 04:37 AM   
While playing a youtube vid right click the playing area select Settings from list then
Untick flash player hardware acceleration.

May help.
While playing a youtube vid right click the playing area select Settings from list then

Untick flash player hardware acceleration.



May help.

#5
Posted 11/28/2008 08:45 AM   
I use Internet Explorer 8 and I've been having this problem for a while now (even with IE7). After seeing this I decided to check Firefox out, and there was no stuttering at all when using it, this was while wiggling the mouse pointer too.

I guess it must be some other add-on in IE; really weird.
I use Internet Explorer 8 and I've been having this problem for a while now (even with IE7). After seeing this I decided to check Firefox out, and there was no stuttering at all when using it, this was while wiggling the mouse pointer too.



I guess it must be some other add-on in IE; really weird.

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#6
Posted 11/28/2008 12:07 PM   
That video stutters in IE7, Firefox, Safari and Opera for me...
That video stutters in IE7, Firefox, Safari and Opera for me...

#7
Posted 11/29/2008 03:28 PM   
Has anyone found a fix for this yet, my video only stutter when I'm watching HD on Youtube, it used to not, but one day it started to happen, the video stutter and before the video plays there are some green artifacts.
Has anyone found a fix for this yet, my video only stutter when I'm watching HD on Youtube, it used to not, but one day it started to happen, the video stutter and before the video plays there are some green artifacts.

#8
Posted 01/23/2009 08:03 AM   
I'm trying to watch Home on Youtube and both qualities stutter like mad. I'm running a Quad Core Intel processor with Windows Vista 64bit and an Nvidia Geforce 9800 with 8 gigs of ram. I've updated all drivers and software.

Here is a link to the vid: [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxENMKaeCU"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxENMKaeCU[/url]
I'm trying to watch Home on Youtube and both qualities stutter like mad. I'm running a Quad Core Intel processor with Windows Vista 64bit and an Nvidia Geforce 9800 with 8 gigs of ram. I've updated all drivers and software.



Here is a link to the vid:

#9
Posted 06/07/2009 03:54 AM   
Guys, this has nothing to do with your video drivers. Currently, [i]Flash[/i] video files run entirely on the CPU, and entirely lack GPU acceleration. Not to mention that the format itself is not particularly efficient.
Guys, this has nothing to do with your video drivers. Currently, Flash video files run entirely on the CPU, and entirely lack GPU acceleration. Not to mention that the format itself is not particularly efficient.

#10
Posted 06/08/2009 12:17 AM   
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