Problems with High Definition links, very confused.

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oxidious88
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Problems with High Definition links, very confused.

Post#1 » Thu Jan 15, 2015 9:56 am

Ok, so I have searched through the forums for answers to my problem. Unfortunately one lead to another which led to another, so I'm now starting a thread to figure out what is wrong with my video/audio because I am super frustrated.

1. Used DivX - HD - (any link for any show, movie, etc) Cannot play audio, install a directshow decoder.
- I have AC3 FULL installed already, so that didn't solve it (neither did reinstalling).
2. Used VLC - HD - (Any link " ") Displayed 30 seconds or less of video with audio working then stops playing, as if that was the whole video.
- Tried re-downloading the temp file twice, nothing different.
3. Download video option - HD - Works.

So how do I go back to streaming videos? I don't want to have to download them all the time. Also SD works completely fine, it's not always an option though.

This is the source of my issues for tonight at least. All of which yield these same results.

http://www.icefilms.info/ip.php?v=202380&

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Way
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Re: Problems with High Definition links, very confused.

Post#2 » Fri Jan 16, 2015 12:15 am

# 1 - What is this device you use?


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oxidious88
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Re: Problems with High Definition links, very confused.

Post#3 » Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:53 pm

Oh, sorry! It's a custom built desktop PC, with google chrome

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kukoman
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Re: Problems with High Definition links, very confused.

Post#4 » Thu Mar 12, 2015 4:08 pm

In VLC player there is 2 options you meight wanna change for streaming.
1. Buffer lenght is default 1 sec, i set it to 10 sec (10000ms).
Goto Tools/preferences, Then in lower left select show settings all, now click Input / Codec, scrool down in right window to network caching (ms) change 1000 to what ever you want, i use 10000.
2. is to make VLC player reconnect if the stream is bad(or just pause the video and later wanna play again from where you left), just below input / codec there is Access modules, expand that, and select HTTP(s), Tick the option to Auto re-connect, and that makes using VLC a better experience.
When i direct you to a videohost that you can't download from, use a program like jdownloader http://jdownloader.org/download/index?s=lng_en
Else try this addon for firefox, it can download many things also. http://www.downthemall.net/
Also Internet Download Manager does a good job (IDM) http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com/

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