After updating to firefox 72 (maybe it was after 72.0.1 - I did not have time to check so fast) videos on youtube started stuttering. When I start video everything seems …
After updating to firefox 72 (maybe it was after 72.0.1 - I did not have time to check so fast) videos on youtube started stuttering. When I start video everything seems fine but after a while it starts microstuttering - image is twitching, movement of camera is not fluent.
It looks like it is related to all videos on youtube. I watch mostly 1080p 60fps and these most often cause this issue. Example video: https://youtu.be/1La4QzGeaaQ It is easy to observe it at 1:27 with camera movement and terrain being fluent or not. If I pause video and resume play after few minutes it seems fine for minute but then it starts being choppy again. It does not seem to be related to video quality. I had 0 dropped frames in yt stats. I found workaround - if I set media.wmf.vp9.enabled to false and restart browser with this setting set to false everything is fine. But when I set it to true (like it always was for me) problem starts to occur. However no matter what I set youtube still shows "codecs: vp09". I do not have this problem on microsoft edge. I never had this problem on firefox 71 and I did not add any new extensions since few weeks. It must be new firefox fault, not my hardware or configuration.
We are experiencing problems running HTML5 interactions developed in Adobe Animate CC, locally and offline with certain browsers, for example, Firefox 72.0.1 and IE 11. T…
We are experiencing problems running HTML5 interactions developed in Adobe Animate CC, locally and offline with certain browsers, for example, Firefox 72.0.1 and IE 11. The interaction doesn’t work at all, it freezes when we try to attempt to interact with it. The problem occurs we are trying to play this locally on our desktop PC however when we run it online it works perfectly. We believe that the root cause may be the way the browser is handling the script, possibly a security issue – not exactly sure.
The attached image is the error message that Firefox is spitting out.
We did test it with the Hosted Libraries is already unchecked in the Publish Settings and still the same outcome.
Has anyone else experienced this and have a solution or workaround?
Thank you in advance.