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html5 full screen video is choppy in Firefox only

When making videos full screen (from all sites I've tried so far, but specifically YouTube, Vimeo and some of the news outlets), the video gets choppy, like it's using a … (tuilleadh eolais)

When making videos full screen (from all sites I've tried so far, but specifically YouTube, Vimeo and some of the news outlets), the video gets choppy, like it's using a much slower framerate.

I've tried this on all resolutions from 4K on down to 240 with the same results.

Flash works fine. The videos play just fine in the Echo browser. The videos play just fine in the small in window player, in Firefox.

I'm using FF 43.0.4. I've tried it in safe mode with the same results.

This is on a Dell XPS15, Windows 10 (1511), 16GB RAM, Intel 4600 and NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M video adapters. Hardware acceleration is disabled.

Again, Flash goes full screen just fine. HTML5 does not. What do I need to do to be able to enjoy full screen videos in HTML5?

Thank you.

Asked by skiahh 4 bliana ó shin

Last reply by Will Holden 4 bliana ó shin

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YouTube videos are choppy on full screen with Windows 8.1. Please help.

I've been attempting to set up a new Windows 8.1 computer. I have installed the most recent Adobe Flash Player and have "Enable hardware acceleration" unchecked for both … (tuilleadh eolais)

I've been attempting to set up a new Windows 8.1 computer. I have installed the most recent Adobe Flash Player and have "Enable hardware acceleration" unchecked for both FireFox and Adobe Flash Player.

However, when I make the YouTube video full screen on the FireFox on my Windows 8.1 computer, the video is jumpy and choppy. It is perfectly fine when it is not in full screen or in theater mode.

I have already tried safe mode and the same thing occurs. I have updated all possible driver-related problems through Windows Updates and the problem continues to occur.

Can someone please help me out here and give me a solution to this problem? Please don't tell me to use another internet browser because I am used to and I like FireFox and installing more than one browser on a computer isn't a good idea. At least I don't think it is.

If someone could just please help me out with this, I'd really appreciate it.

Thank you.

Asked by AlwaysScrewed 5 bliana ó shin

Last reply by AlwaysScrewed 5 bliana ó shin