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I'm having difficulty with the videos being choppy on any but the smallest screen, but I can't choose 'sd' anymore for some reason. Is there any way for me to set this?

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are you on a private network or on a public network (private being you own it and public means you don't own it i.e. library or maybe school). if it is a private network is there more than one computer connected to the modem via network hub or router (wireless or wired). if you are the only one on the network (are you on a basic cable or a dsl line?) if you aren't on a basic cable line then open up your task manager and check background processes you may have processes eating your computer's ability to play the video, some examples could be your antivirus software is running a scan, or maybe you have an auto downloader for a video game that updates the game running. those are my suggestions as to what could be causing the slow up unless your computer just isn't up to date (i.e. 5 years old or so)
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mystmaiden wrote:

I'm having difficulty with the videos being choppy on any but the smallest screen, but I can't choose 'sd' anymore for some reason. Is there any way for me to set this?

thanks


As long as you click the SD button, the page reloads and SD is highlighted; I can assure you that you are watching the SD version. You may be confused since the video player is now big regardless of what video quality you select. If you want to watch the video in a small window, you should use the Popout button.
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