User Agent here: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0 Steps to reproduce: watch any youtube video at 720p resolution. I didnt re…
User Agent here: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0
Steps to reproduce:
watch any youtube video at 720p resolution. I didnt research other resolutuion. 720p is my used default.
video freezes after a few mins in but audio keeps playing in background.
I never had this problem but I start to have it now after update Firefox to version 60.0 (I use FF since more than 4 years ago).
The only solution I find until now is to use a Addon called "h264ify" which forces youtube to use h.264 codec instead of VP8, VP9.
Firefox is freezing during flash videos, from anywebsite youtube or whatever, I dont know what to do..
Happened a few days ago, every time I play a flash video on my Firefox only! chrome and explorer works fine , the image freezes I need to start clicking around and all my…
Happened a few days ago, every time I play a flash video on my Firefox only! chrome and explorer works fine , the image freezes I need to start clicking around and all my icons turn black and it returns to normal and then freezes again, what the hell? this is my favorite browser and I don't want to move to chrome, so please help :(
Hello all, So Just yesterday I noticed that when playing videos on youtube in full screen, i get a lot of sound crackling and video slow down and the likes. Also happens…
Hello all, So Just yesterday I noticed that when playing videos on youtube in full screen, i get a lot of sound crackling and video slow down and the likes. Also happens in other sites such as shush.se
At first it seemed to happen after Flash updated but my laptop updated the same and there is no problem there. It happens both with the flash and the HTML5 player, FF only, on chrome there is no problem.
If i enable hardware acceleration in the flash player settings, then there is no video at all, just a green screen.
I'm using win7 64-bit (actually just re-installed windows-not related,but i had 32bit before, hoped it would help but didn't)
My PC becomes unresponsive after several days without a reboot. I open several tabs and use Facebook, watch YouTube videos, and read worthless Yahoo news. Ever since HT…
My PC becomes unresponsive after several days without a reboot. I open several tabs and use Facebook, watch YouTube videos, and read worthless Yahoo news. Ever since HTML5 videos have replaced Flash, my WinXP PC has required more frequent reboots of Firefox and of the PC, itself. I used to be able to open Task Manger and kill "plug-in container" and everything would be fine. Is there such an option for HTML5 videos? Note: I have No Script installed. Even with No Script, the HTML5 videos auto-load and slow down my machine, as they add up and don't let go of memory.
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Mediaite (this page for example http://www.mediaite.com/tv/foxs-gretchen-carlson-opens-up-on-time-spent-backstage-with-cosby/ ) as well as other sites are locking up in t…
Mediaite (this page for example http://www.mediaite.com/tv/foxs-gretchen-carlson-opens-up-on-time-spent-backstage-with-cosby/ ) as well as other sites are locking up in the new version (39) of FF on MacBook Pro OSX 10.8.5. Restart and FF safe mode didn't help. Sometimes it hangs for a minute or so, other times it's a full page lock. This page simply hangs for a few seconds ( http://www.bakersfieldnow.com/ ) which makes you wait longer on pages that are truly locked.
For the past few days Firefox browser videos requiring Flash player do not open but give me the 'crash screen'. It works fine with Internet Explorer because it is built i…
For the past few days Firefox browser videos requiring Flash player do not open but give me the 'crash screen'. It works fine with Internet Explorer because it is built in. I have tried all of the recommended fixes from adobe and and firefox.
I have refreshed Firefox I have enabled in firefox I have disabled all plugins and extensions then tried enabling Flash Player I have uninstalled and reinstalled Flash player a few times I have tried adjusting Flash player settings " deleting FPs cache, etc.
I have not been able to adjust FPs "hardware acceleration" because it won't open in the support pages.
I have: a newer toshiba Satellite L70 (intel i7)
I am stumped!
While on facebook, if I watch one or 4(Random number) videos using facebooks own player, not youtube, or scroll down my frontpage wich usually have a large number of vide…
While on facebook, if I watch one or 4(Random number) videos using facebooks own player, not youtube, or scroll down my frontpage wich usually have a large number of videos, firefox connection to the net seem to be lost. When this happends, whatever webpage I try to access in Firefox just gets a "Loading" status in the tabs bar.
Only fix so far is to close and relaunch Firefox.
When doing that, I also find that XMark Sync has lost connection and can't sync up.
While this happends, I have tried IE, Chrome and several chat softwares, like Skype, and these function as supposed to. So the issue is somewhere in Firefox.
The reason I point towards Facebook videos(html5?) doing something to Firefox, is that so far this has only happened while on Facebook, and while watching, stopping, switching to HD, skipping forward/back or scrolling past videos on the frontpage(These autostart when they are "front").
This happends at random, but alot, so much I have pretty much stopped scrolling the front page or looked at videos posted on facebook.
I am stumped.
Hi I am in the same situation as many others I have seen posting here. Shockwave flash is continually crashing to the extent it takes several minutes to get to the add-on…
Hi I am in the same situation as many others I have seen posting here. Shockwave flash is continually crashing to the extent it takes several minutes to get to the add-ons manager and disable shockwave flash. I have reinstalled all adobe plugins, so they are up to date. I am having real problems accessing a lot of web pages/web page content because with shockwave flash enabled firefox is all but frozen and with shockwave flash disabled a lot of web content isn't available.
I have looked at other threads that I found and have attempted all of the suggested solutions and have selected the Troubleshooting Information option below this text box. I have a huge list of crash reports, unfortunately I am not sure how to load them
Any suggestions appreciated
i posted this issue 2 days ago with no resolution si here it is again using windows 7 - this started because i keep getting adobe crashes in IE and firefox only when pla…
i posted this issue 2 days ago with no resolution si here it is again
using windows 7 - this started because i keep getting adobe crashes in IE and firefox only when playing one particular game - the game loads but as soon as i left click the crash occurs.
i have uninstalled and reinstalled flash, java, the game and updated the graphics driver - i couldn't figure out what type of sound card i have to update those drivers - the info i have on their ID'S are -
Where can i download an update because when i let windows search for one - it came back as not needing an update
Some suggested a dll file was the culprit but i ran sfc/scannow and there were items that couldn't be repaired - they included in their names:
these i believe are related to java issues that the uninstall and reinstall of java apparently did not fix so not sure what to do about this
bottom line i don't know the cause but i need to fix this and will appreciate assistance
details of a crash report submitted -
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Firefox is my default browser and I've been using it without issue for many years. Recently it has stopped playing the flash games on Lumosity properly. They previously w…
Firefox is my default browser and I've been using it without issue for many years. Recently it has stopped playing the flash games on Lumosity properly. They previously worked without issue but are now jerky, skipping and missing frames making it impossible to use the browser for their site anymore. The site loads and plays fine on other browsers (IE&Chrome), and FF players other similar websites and flash games seemingly without issue. I waited a couple months hoping an update to the site, the flash player, or the browser would iron out this issue but it hasnt. Lumosity's site support has been less than helpful and basically consists of trying to get me to abandon FF in favor of chrome. I am a fairly knowledgeable computer user, and have tried a wide variety of fixes from various sources to no avail. So I'm hoping you can help me solve this issue finally.
I'm on a Vista system (for better or worse) with FF 37.0.1 (the issue has been happening since atleast V34. I have the following extensions: Adblock plus, Ghostery, HTTPS-Everywhere, NoScript, & I use CCleaner (I've tried solutions turning each of those off individually, or all at once with no improved results) All of my software, extensions, plugins, etc are all up to date and working fine.
If you have any questions or need further information please let me know. I'm hoping not to have to abandon Firefox. Thank you.
Recently, FF 38 has been freezing up. There isn't any indication of why, and no way to interrupt to gain control. Seems to happen in connection to videos. Al Moon Roc…
Recently, FF 38 has been freezing up. There isn't any indication of why, and no way to interrupt to gain control. Seems to happen in connection to videos.
Al Moon Rochester, NY
Hello everyone I think that recently I had to update Flash version and it was all okay even after the update. But yesterday videos on YouTube all of a sudden stopped dis…
I think that recently I had to update Flash version and it was all okay even after the update. But yesterday videos on YouTube all of a sudden stopped displaying. Just like that, in the morning they were okay and then around of noon, all of sudden blank. Didn't install anything new or something.. now I only get White screen with no any border, just an empty spot where the video should be. Beside that, any other flash content [i.e. videos on Facebook, vimeo are not displaying as well]. All I get on YouTube is constant "loading" indicator beside the cursor which keeps blipping.
Now the strange thing is first - I have no problems with this on other browsers like i.e. Google Chrome, and second.. IF I uninstall Flash from my PC, I can watch YouTube videos on Mozilla although the max resolution is 720p.. and vimeo/facebook videos will still not work. How da heck is that even possible? O.o
I've tried a lot of different things and nothing helped.. here are some of the them [I hope I won't forget something]
- Uninstalling Mozilla/Flash then installing them again - Uninstalling Flash, then letting Mozilla suggest me to add it - Disabling/Deleting all of my extensions - Turning off that hardware acceleration thingy - Deleting cookies from YouTube then adding them to exceptions - Clearing out whole history/cache or whatever - Right clicking on the "empty space" where video should be.. to see if any options will pop-up [Of course they don't, there is no video to start with] - Scanning for viruses [Nothing]
Can anyone please help me? Any suggestion, what can I do?
For many MONTHS now......I have been having this problem......and from what I can tell now (after I have just installed an older VIDEO DRIVER).....the problem is DEFINITE…
For many MONTHS now......I have been having this problem......and from what I can tell now (after I have just installed an older VIDEO DRIVER).....the problem is DEFINITELY (or at least I'm VERY sure) to do with the ADOBE FLASH PLAYER
I have Windows 8.1.... Adobe Version is completely up to date: Version 188.8.131.52 i am using FIREFOX (also up to date): Version (ok, the "help" part of the menu is NOT opening to confirm the version...but it IS up to date, as I get updates automatically).
Here is the PROBLEM: EVERYDAY that I go online, sometimes INSTANTLY....or it may take a little time before it happens......but using Firefox, my "Browsing"....or video watching becomes slower and slower and slower. To the point that in some cases.....it will take up to 5 MINUTES just to switch screens when I click on one of the "Tabs" (when I only have 2 web pages open).
Pages seem to take FOREVER to load, etc.......and there is a huge "lag" from when I CLICK on something......to when the computer actually does what it's supposed to do........and the at the WORST.....the pages, videos, etc......will just "CRASH"
- I always submit the "CRASH REPORT" per the Adobe Banner.....but nothing ever happens of course from that (it's just useless probably)
Now.....the reason I KNOW the problem is "ADOBE FLASH PLAYER".......is because I have some "TV" running in a tiny window in the background (which also suffers the same problems as above). And it, too, will crash, etc.
What I HAVE figure out.......but only as a TEMPORARY and SLIGHT "fix"......is that every few minutes........I need to open up my "TASK MANAGER"........and actually "END TASK" on the ADOBE FLASH PLAYER.
When I do this.......and give the computer a few seconds to catch up...........the computer speed is GREAT!!!!! But, once Adobe Flash gets going again.....all my problems start again (and the cycle starts over again and again)
- the WEIRD part about the "Task Manager"......is that ADOBE FLASH PLAYER is barely using ANY of my computer's "memory" (RAM I presume????).....as is Firefox.
My computer has a total of 6 (SIX) Gigabytes of RAM........and when I look at the Task manager.........ADOBE FLASH PLAYER is using up MAYBE 100 mb of that. And the most I've EVER seen Firefox using is around 800 mb
So......unless there is a major issue with Firefox working with Adobe...........(or Windows 8.1 completely screwing up.....which wouldn't surprise me either).........ADOBE FLASH has some SERIOUS issues :(
Is there ANYONE OUT THERE.......that knows anything about this.......or HOW I can fix this?????......so that I can actually enjoy "full speed" web browsing again ALL DAY without having to worry about "maintenance" all day long???
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide!!! And please....if you have ANY QUESTIONS>......or need further information from me....please let me know. I am fairly good with computers (but not super "techy" if you know what I mean).....but I should be able to find what you might need if you ask me to look for something :)
Many regards, Scott Simpson
When I press "fullscreen" in any video player on any website, Firefox makes the switch super slowly and pauses video (but not audio) while switching. Help?
Whenever I'm watching a video on youtube or any other website, and I press the button in the player to make it fullscreen, the process of going from small-to-big makes my…
Whenever I'm watching a video on youtube or any other website, and I press the button in the player to make it fullscreen, the process of going from small-to-big makes my video pause but the audio continues going, and the whole process takes so much time it makes me never want to use Firefox. The same process repeats when exiting fullscreen.
In addition, an annoying dialogue box pops up demanding I allow or deny permission to enter fullscreen. After following the advice on the support site, I tried going to tools > page info > permissions and toggling "enter fullscreen", but that didn't help at all, and nothing was mentioned about the slow and choppy switching problem. I also tried turning off my add-ons and plug-ins. Didn't work for either getting rid of the permission box or speeding things up.
This problem used to be limited to only some video players, and thank God Youtube was spared. Now, as of the last update I think, YouTube is painfully slow as well. Any help would be much appreciated!!!
I just started getting this black screen instead of some youtube videos whilst they are running , and whilst the sound still goes on perfectly fine. It's rare that it hap…
I just started getting this black screen instead of some youtube videos whilst they are running , and whilst the sound still goes on perfectly fine. It's rare that it happens and it can change into the normal image, and when i change from full screen view to normal view it can also change back to the normal/real image. Does anyone know what that could be from?
Hello, Since the latest FF and Flash update (37 and 17) I can't watch any videos or flash content - like (annoying ad) banners. Everything literally FLASHES. Like a strob…
Since the latest FF and Flash update (37 and 17) I can't watch any videos or flash content - like (annoying ad) banners. Everything literally FLASHES. Like a strobe light. Then videos get stuck, the cursor jumps/freezes, sound stutters and eventually mac crashes (panic). The fans are constantly hyperventilating but nothing weird is running in activity monitor.
- Uninstalled and reinstalled flash; same for Firefox; cleaned flash cache - nothing
- I only have flash, java and QuickTime plugins installed
- Downgraded flash to previous version (16) - better, no flashes, but still stutters and crashes after watching video for 10-15 minutes most (sometimes not even that)
- Tried to watch using VPN but after a while graphics and sound go crazy
- Decided to upgrade again to flash 17. Now it flashes again and I can't watch videos for even 1 minute.
- Tried the about:config media.mediasource.enabled (change to true); dom.ipc.plugins.flash.disable-protected-mode (change to false); Firefox "get info" open with 32-bit mode; - nothing worked
What can I do? Any idea? Thanks
Every time I go to watch a YouTube video, it takes forever for the video to begin playing. When it does finally start, the quality is often very low, at 240p or 144p. I a…
Every time I go to watch a YouTube video, it takes forever for the video to begin playing. When it does finally start, the quality is often very low, at 240p or 144p. I also have Chrome and Safari installed on my laptop and they do not have any problems playing videos. It is only Firefox. Also, I do not have this problem on my family's laptop, which runs Windows. It is only on my Macbook Pro.
Also, sometimes, various websites take a very long time to load, but this is not nearly as frequent as my problem with YouTube videos.
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox, starting in Safe Mode, disabling various add-ons and plugins, clearing browsing data, and nothing has worked.
A friend of mine asked me to help him out with this and I'm sorry to say, I'm stumped. He's got a Windows 8.1 system (full version, U.S. not K or N), this is his regular …
A friend of mine asked me to help him out with this and I'm sorry to say, I'm stumped. He's got a Windows 8.1 system (full version, U.S. not K or N), this is his regular office computer (he's the manager at a Electrical Contractor) and he watches Weather.Com and it's videos to try and plan for any snow closings. At some point, the videos on Weather.Com stopped playing and all they show is a black window on the page where the video should be playing.
There was another thread (archived now) about this problem on FireFox 25 (he's using the latest 35.0.1 and the latest Flash player 184.108.40.2065) and I tried several of the suggestions in that old thread: First FireFox has minimal addons, uses the Noia Fox 3.0.1 theme and that's it; plugins listed are OpenH264 Video Codec; Shockwave Flash 220.127.116.115; Adobe Acrobat 18.104.22.168; Google Earth Plugin 22.214.171.1241; Google Update 126.96.36.199; iTunes Application Detector 188.8.131.52; NVidia 3D Vision 7,17.13.4411; Picasa 184.108.40.206 and that's all, no AdBlock Plus or anything else. I tried FireFox in safe mode and still couldn't watch; the driver for the nVidia 610 graphics adapter was slightly out of date and I updated it to the latest 347.52 and that made no difference.
Does anyone have any idea's?
I did some basic scans to see if there were viruses or malware with TDSKiller, Malwarebytes and Spybot Search & Destroy and they turned up nothing other than a few tracking cookies.