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Videos go slow after pausing em for a while

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Yes hello, as the title says some videos go slow after i pause em to look on something else, specifically in a site called animeplus.tv i watch the videos there, then i pause em for a bit to check for something else, or another video in another site or well whichever reason, the thing is when i return to this video and resume playing it, it gets very slow playback, the audio is fine, but the video itself is not working properly, so far i just seen this issue happen in that website but perhaps is the flash player? i dunno i removed a addon that i though could be the issue but is not. and when i try this on Google Chrome, it works fine, i pause the video check for other stuff, and the video still plays like normal. so i am hoping for some ideas in what to do cause i do like Firefox and i do not want to transfer over to another browser.

Réiteach roghnaithe

Hi Slyver1080 , Thank you for your question I was wondering what video player you are using. Most media streaming services I know of keep a connection for a period of time then will time out until it receives a request to buffer the next part of the video. If it times out it has to renegotiate. It will play what it has until the connection has re-established and stream the media again.

Please first try these troubleshooting steps and post back with the results:

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Réiteach Roghnaithe

Hi Slyver1080 , Thank you for your question I was wondering what video player you are using. Most media streaming services I know of keep a connection for a period of time then will time out until it receives a request to buffer the next part of the video. If it times out it has to renegotiate. It will play what it has until the connection has re-established and stream the media again.

Please first try these troubleshooting steps and post back with the results:

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guigs2 said

Hi Slyver1080 , Thank you for your question I was wondering what video player you are using. Most media streaming services I know of keep a connection for a period of time then will time out until it receives a request to buffer the next part of the video. If it times out it has to renegotiate. It will play what it has until the connection has re-established and stream the media again. Please first try these troubleshooting steps and post back with the results:

Thanks for the response, well i tried it that and as well i did some more updating on my pc and so, seems it was still updating around, and seems it got fixed. but still if anything happens i will pop in the question again if necessary but i will try these and so beforehand. still thanks for the response