Question about Apple MacBook Pro PC Notebook
When I watch a flash movie on youtube or any other site with flash movies, the video will pause for about a half-second every 5-7 seconds of viewing. There's no problem with loading the video - even when the video is replayed and thus fully loaded, the issue happens.
I'm running version 10,0,12,36 of Flash. Version 10.5.6 of Mac OS X. I've tested on the latest versions of Safari and FireFox. I've reinstalled Flash. I've rebooted my PC and I've cleared my browser cache. Nothing seems to help.
Thanks in advance for the help.
Often, social networking sites, email sites, etc. will check for new data every 10 seconds or so. To resolve this, close all other browser windows and disable any desktop live applications that check for data via the internet. You should find that playback becomes smooth again.
Posted on Jul 16, 2014
Try this technique: download one of the many free programs from the web that allows you to download the FLV videos onto your computer. Play the video that way. Look for a version that works for your MacBook. Post back your results.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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