"Nick Le Lievre" <nicklelievre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> "Nick Le Lievre" <nicklelievre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "Nick Le Lievre" <nicklelievre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Really... that is interesting... I am using Windows 7 Internet Explorer
>>> 8, Pentium Dual Core SU4100 1.3GHZ ULV CPU, 3GB RAM maybe I should try
>>> Safari or Google Chrome to see if that makes a difference.
>> I installed Google Chrome and got the flash player for it from Adobe, it
>> was still a bit jerky but perhaps a bit better. Then I went back to
>> Internet Explorer 8 and tried again this time it was much much better, I
>> do not know if getting the flash player in Google Chrome has updated the
>> flash player used by IE8 as well... but when I played it just now it was
>> smooth in the bits which were jerky before (when the guy is dancing in
>> the train).
> In reflection I think it depends how it buffers it because when I tried in
> IE8 again it was back to being a bit jerky in parts, I do not have a good
> connection here at the moment so the buffering could be affected, it seems
> like sometimes it skips frames in order to keep up and then when you play
> it back you notice it. It could also be down to the server load.
I do have a good connection - it still has special effects which you see as
a fault. Even if you save the files and play them through a PC or a
DVD player. The original video has the effects in it.
Nothing to do with your computer, or lack of it. No difference here between
a 3.2GHz laptop and a PC with a quad core processor and huge video card.