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This is called buffering, and it happens when your Internet connection isn’t fast enough to transmit the video stream.
Make sure you are not downloading any large files at the same time, or watching any other videos. These use up some of the available bandwidth on your Internet connection; if there’s not enough bandwidth left, the videos will buffer.
Also check that other people on your network are not using too much bandwidth.
Try switching to the the smallest video size — that’s
360p. The smaller video sizes use much less bandwidth.
This is happening because your computer doesn’t have the processing power to decode the video stream.
Larger video sizes use up much more processing power. Try switching to a smaller size.
Playing the videos in fullscreen mode also uses up much more processing power. Try switching out of fullscreen.
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