You may need to update your version of Adobe Flash. GO TO http://www.Adobe.com and click on the "Get Adobe Flash Player" button on the right. You must also be running windows XP or Vista. If you are using anything older you are out of luck. MAC is a different story.
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It can happen if your net connection is slow, you said it happen only with some video, it might be becasue you are trying to watch High quality video or HD video which need lots of bandwidth of internet connection so it is taking few seconds to buffer before continue to play.
If it is pausing and then playing again after a few moments, this is just a process called 'buffering'. It is allowing the player to download more of the video before it begins playing again. To eliminate this, pause the video at the beginning and wait for the red bar in the play track to fill all the way. This indicated that the video had completely loaded.
If the video will not play past a certain point, reload the page. Sometimes if a network connection refreshes during a video download, this issue will occur. If it happens continually, make sure you have a steady network connection.
It is called buffering. The video's tend to play and stops at some point and then continue playing because it is still loading the video. Just wait for the video to load completely before playing. You will notice this thru the red indication bar align with the play button. If the loading does not finish, try reloading the webpage by pressing F5.
Your problem about slowing, freezing or stopping Youtube video streaming is either the cause of the following:
1.) Maybe you have a very slow internet connections. There is a big tendency that the video you're watching online would stop and go every few seconds most especially if you're playing high definition video (HD Quality). I suggest you upgrade your connection to more suitable range. To do that contact your provider and ask them what subscription is better for your need.
2.) If you have a very fast connection and still freezing every few seconds, I doubt your flash player should be upgraded to its latest version in order to sustain its new definitions and requirements to play the video smoothly as watching DVD. To do that you need to check for latest updates of your browser in Help Menu usually Firefox have this. As you upgrade a warning will show you that you need to download the latest Adobe Flash Player. Sometimes, if there is update in flash it will just pop-up in system tray informing you that you need to install immediately the upgrade.
3.) The video itself has a problem, this was the cause if the owner of the video uploaded it to Youtube erroneously.
Hi,most videos are like that depending on your internet speed too,i have a 3mb speed and it always happens to me......the only way around it is let it fully load first(the red bar going across underneath the video screen) and then play it
This is loading time. Basically, you're not downloading the video information as fast as the video is playing. A simple fix is to load the video up then click the pause button until the video time line is all red instead of gray. Then hit the play button as the entire video will be downloaded and you can watch it without having to wait for it to download like that.