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Flash/video Viewing Problems


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#1 Bobang

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Posted 29 May 2007 - 06:41 AM

Hi Folks,

There are some flash tutorials on this site:
http://cals.arizona.edu/ecat/fireworks/videos.html

I used to watch these flash films/videos without any hassles until I reformatted, about 6 weeks back. I tried to watch them again, after reformatting, but no go whatsoever. It opens them quite alright and starts, but something stops it immediately. I can hear a sort of a short static noise (glugg) and it stops. It continues to load for a while, starts again but somehow the loading can't cope up with the audio/visual output and it stops again.

By chance I tried this morning, as I had given up a few weeks ago, but to my surprise all video tuts worked perfectly again. Now, as I tried again an hour back, these don't play anymore..same problem. Something is stopping it from loading properly. My connection is a 6 MBit LAN connection.

Anybody know what the problem may be?

All other flash films/videos are working without any hitches. I am using IE7 as my default browser and use Firefox as a secondary (incidentally, it doesn't work in ff either). Apart from that it is Windows XP Home Edition.

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#2 Bobang

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 12:27 AM

Hi,

Just in case someone else has a similar problem!

It is working again and I think the reason was an incorrect setting for Internet Surfing and Download Acceleration in Tune Up '07. I had set it at 6 MBit (as it begins to falter at this setting), but when I set it at Wireless 10 MBit, it builds up a stable buffer with a steady flawless output.

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