Question about Computers & Internet
This sounds like a simple time lag. Lets discuss the issues.
1] speed of YOUR connection. fatser is better for streaming video.
2] speed of your computer, processor is involved a little, amount of RAM, video ram also plays a small part, what else you have running at the time.
3] the quality of the player, some have buffering capibilities [saves the playback locally for better thruput.
4] how busy the video server is. When too many users are trying to access the same data, some servers can't keep up.
To solve: tlak to the carrier of the content to see if there are any issues that they can clear up, Maybe they will suggest an upgrade for your computer, an upgrade of the player, or they may say there really isn't anything to be done.
Good luck, there are some ways to enhance your TV viewing at home on the internet.
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