Question about YouTube Videos
This is a problem that is determined by the speed of your internet.
Whenever the video stops, it buffers(loads up the next section which it would play to you). If you have an internet connection with a really high speed, it wouldn't need to buffer every time as it buffers quickly as it plays too.
You can stop it from doing that by carrying out some of the following procedures.
1. Reduce the amount of downloads or pages you open at the same time.
2. Also, reduce the amount of pages you leave open to load while watching a video.
3. Select the video and wait for quite some time for it to load by click the play button and when it begins to play, click pause so it buffers a long section for you to watch.
lastly, you can get a faster internet connection
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Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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