Mbps means megabits per second, MBps stands for megabytes per second.
Your forgetting about upper case and lower case topic, that changes what your trying to say and why i was confused
Youtube uses both HTML5 and flash player and will often default last i tested it to flash player if its installed, if its not then it runs in HTML5 mode and everything works in HTML5 on you tube in any case with firefox that is, just trying to see if its flash player that's the problem.
my self i have 7Mbps and you don't even need that for watching vids.
VLC player is a open source media player, i know their some plugins for it when it comes to browsers but most places don't seem to use em anyways. By trying VLC i mean install it and go to a place like youtube and enter in the HTTP link in to VLC in the right way and you should be able to watch the vid if your firewall rules are setup for it and all, pain doing it this way but its just to see if the playback problem is still their on something that has nothing to do with a web browser.
As well when watching other media types in other players do you have the problem too ?
Ps: might be a lame question but is Vsink enabled ?
Edited by shadow_647, 13 December 2016 - 01:51 PM.