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Problem with streaming vids.

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by DDC, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. DDC

    DDC Thread Starter

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    Okay almost ever video i try and stream messes up. I've tweaked the settings to no end and still nothing happened. What it does is it jumps from image to image in WMP while you can still hear the sound, there is very little motion at all. I've turned off video acceleration, set the buffer to 60 seconds, and still no go :(

    But i also noticed that yahoo movies work fine for me, is this because they play in the browser? If so how do i make it so i play movies in the browser in IE? I think i changed the setting and put "dont ask me again"

    Other than that i just need help to fix my problem. It sucks not being able to play streaming videos. So does anyone know of a way to fix this? Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thank you
     
  2. sekirt

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    When posting, always state your OS and version numbers along with names of programs involved in your problem.

    You did not tell us what version of Windows and Windows Media Player you have? Read the information at Microsoft.

    MS Troubleshooting Windows Media Player

    sekirt
     
  3. DDC

    DDC Thread Starter

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    Okay here we go

    XP Home
    Windows Media Player 10


    I'll check out that troubleshooting guide too

    EDIT : While i do can someone just tell me how i make it so i get the option to play the movie in the browser again?

    EDIT : Nothing in the troubleshooting for me it seems :(
     
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