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In the case of the latest Videos consuming, YouTube is one of the go-to solutions in today's day. If you are facing problems with YouTube videos not loading, then here the solutions are given. We have solutions for those people, YouTube on their phone shows a bug while playing a video or there's no video and just audio or vice versa. Unlike Android phones, PC or Mac users also face those types of problems. They seem to be facing problems where a YouTube video just does not start and you get a blank or empty screen on the browser. So, for you people, we have got your back, as we are listing down ways to fix youtube videos not playing on Android phones, iOS, PC or Mac.
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Having same issue on my Note 3 recently on every video on YouTube. Video stop playing every 20-30 seconds but audio keep going. I have to touch position slider every time to make video playing again. Happens multiple time for each video. My friend suggested me to go for Mobile phone repairs Samsung Galaxy Note 3
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.
Do you mean the screen goes black, or just takes 5 seconds to continue loading sometimes? Many times YouTube videos do this all the way through, stop & start, & it usually is only because it is "buffering" the video, then it continues. It's probably the video itself, nothing to do with your PC at all. That happens also on other video sites. If that's all it is, don't worry about it. If you are opening too many pages &/or videos at once, or downloading something else while watching, that can do it too.
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.