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Mar
28
comment Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
Can somebody by the way explain me why this was moved to SU? Because Chrome is a software?
Mar
23
asked Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
As we all know we have to divide by eight, so we get a nice pure 9,655 MB/s Down- and Upload speed. But (at least according to jDownloader) I already managed to achieve over 10 MB/s via several OCH connections, as obviously the maximum capacity here is more in the ninety's (90 Mb/s)...
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
More: "2.3 Mb/s - 4.5 Mbs for HD — High definition 720p resolution video" Source: Vudu, via hometheater.about.com/od/internethometheater2/a/… even if "In reality the connection will have to be faster." (source: first link in previous comment)
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
My q. still stands: Why can't video services not perform at a rate that is: Not equal to a DL manager speed BUT at least loading the content as fast as it is naturally playing? I mean no one wants preloading and I'm ok with it taking a while when I skip over video parts, but why does the buffering tend to lag behind the actual play speed, which is one second at a time? There must be way to calculate: e.g. 480p = xy KB usage * 30 frames/sec = Necessary KB (or MB) that need to be buffered p.s.? PS: I found this: broadbandforum.in/india-broadband/…
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Dear Turix, so you say an ISP is able to recognize I am playing a YouTube video, but if I am downloading the same YT video, this ISP is not able to recognize that or will not penalize me? Why should an ISP penalize me, when I have 77 Mbit/s available here both down and up? And/or: Why are Google/YT and others not using the same "HTTP Chunking" for their buffering? (Might sound stupid to you, but I just see it from the "results"/"customer experience" perspective.)
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Maybe I should've called it internet connection. My bad. But I pointed it out to avoid calling me out on if I use Wifi! (I'm sure it would've happened...) After all it runs over LAN vs. (compare) WLAN/Wifi, 3G, 4G/LTE (also available here!), tethering and other techniques!
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
That is a good point! But then why is "DownThemAll", jDownloader or any other download manager (even the built-in one) able to download the video from a link much faster than it can buffer the SAME video? I guess I basically need to do some research on buffering, to me there seems to be the key issue.
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Dear Michael K., I am not stupid, even though I failed to provide all the details at once: My local LAN connection from a hardware side is actually 1000 MBit (i.e. GBit). But I know that this does not matter. You can see my connection now above, it is 77 Mb/s, which is (says speedtest) faster than 92% of the country. And fyi please read this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_in_South_Korea
Feb
3
revised Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Added speedtest result
Feb
3
asked Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Jan
26
revised Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
typos / writing
Jan
26
comment Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
I deactivated hardware acceleration now, I'll report back. (How to: "How can I display this panel again? To view the Display panel: Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) the application image during playback. From the context menu, select Settings. The Display panel is the first panel shown.") macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/…
Jan
26
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Jan
26
comment Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
Olof, you can paste the *.txt / plaintext logfiles into e.g. Google Translate. Which is better, because you are gonna keep the original! I can't translate this at the moment, I'll rather invest my time trying to find a solution to get them in English right away...
Jan
26
comment Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
And sorry, but the application errors should be in English even if some words are not? The description should be translateable with Google Translation. If you don't understand the application errors, maybe you probably can't help me either. ;) I personally have no practice with such logs..
Jan
26
comment Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
Thanks for the hint, I knew the settings might not be best. I will set it on 1000/1000. As said I don't have any images mounted and never leave them mounted longer than necessary. Paymo Plus is a timetracking software (see Google ;)) paymo.biz/paymoplus. Do you notice something about Paymo? It starts up first thing on my laptop but it usually runs OK and I didn't notice it in the ProcessExplorer. Fancycache was removed from me now!
Jan
24
awarded  Quorum
Jan
24
revised Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
Changed title (removed RAM)
Jan
24
revised Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
Update for images as far as I understood the rules..