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YouTube videos load so slow compared to other browsers

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YouTube videos are completely downloading in memory from the start, slowing down the PC a great deal. So if I try to watch a 20-min 1080p video, I have to wait ~20-30 secs to load completely in the memory. Only after that can I watch it without the PC freezing completely.

How can I get back to the original functionality, where the videos were downloaded incrementally as you watched them?

My setup is: Intel Core2Duo 2.2, 3.2 GB RAM 800MHz, ATI Radeon HD 5670 w/1GB memory, 100Mbit broadband (~8-10 MB/s with youtube servers) However, Chrome for example loads flawlessly with almost no lag. But I love Firefox and don't want to switch to anything else...

Please let me know if you have any ideas.

Thanks in advance, Nicolae

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Do you run any video downloading add-ons or other media-related add-ons that might change the standard behavior of the Flash player? If so try disabling those and test whether Flash behaves normally again.

orange Firefox button or classic Tools menu > Add-ons > Plugins category
orange Firefox button or classic Tools menu > Add-ons > Extensions category

(You usually need to restart Firefox before disabling an Extension will take effect.)

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Try to disable all other plugins apart from Flash to see if that helps.

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Hello,

Thanks jscher2000 and cor-el for the support. I disabled all the plugins beside Shockwave Flash, still the YouTube videos freeze the PC until completely loaded, eating 100% of my CPU. My only Add-ons now (when I re-enabled them) are:

  • Shockwave Flash
  • Adobe PDF
  • Google Update
  • JRE 7u7
  • App Button Color
  • Firebug
  • Live HTTP Headers

However, I noticed a few more things:

  • The Firefox PC-freezing occurs mostly on high-resolution videos (1080p)
  • Chrome puts his video download/processing thread on a lower priority somehow, so the CPU is at 100% too, but the other programs (including the video stream itself) are not affected
  • Putting Firefox and Chrome side-by-side with the same video stream, 1 real-life minute will allow Firefox to play ~1:02 min of YouTube video, while Chrome remains at ~0:58.

I also attached a screenshot of my PC streaming on both browsers, maybe that will help anyone.


Thanks again for all your support, Nicolae

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... seems the picture didn't upload last time, as I was using drag-and-drop. Maybe somebody shouldn't use $('#id_image').change() on file inputs anymore... :)