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Streaming video on the internet

I have problems with my streaming video on the internet MacBook. The video start playing but, stops a couple of seconds later and never resumes. This problem happens on all streaming video inculding youtube and music videos.

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  • a2ajacks Jun 17, 2008

    Thanks!:) But, I already tried that for some reason the the video still do not download all the way. So I am unable to watch any streaming video all the way through. 

  • allyduan1982 Dec 18, 2008

    Yes, try a streaming video recorder to download it .

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    I have a similar problem with macbook.  Video is constantly pausing, then restarting.  

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Now there are many streaming video recorder. It can download streaming video offline.

I use this one: http://www.flash-on-tv.com/streaming-video-recorder.html

You can have a try.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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Your download speed may be effecting this. What you need to do is waiting until file has completed downloading, then watch the video. If a direct feed from the net, hit "play" on the screen, but then "pause" wait a about 20 secs and hit "play" again, this will give it enough time to get ahead of itself.

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