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my cuz just started using cr to watch anime but when he does the video tend to go much slower than the sound ( when he presses pause the sound stops but the vid keeps rolling to catch up to the sound ) anyone know how we can fix this
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bakura67 wrote:

my cuz just started using cr to watch anime but when he does the video tend to go much slower than the sound ( when he presses pause the sound stops but the vid keeps rolling to catch up to the sound ) anyone know how we can fix this


That normally means that the computer can't handle video playback.

If you right click the video player and click "Settings..." and make sure "Enable hardware acceleration" is ticked then that could solve it if he has a graphics card that supports hardware accelerated video decoding. You might also need to update Flash though and possibly also video card drivers to get hardware acceleration working correctly.

If that doesn't work then you need to lower the video quality. Some computers just can't do 1080p or 720p video playback.
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olandril wrote:


bakura67 wrote:

my cuz just started using cr to watch anime but when he does the video tend to go much slower than the sound ( when he presses pause the sound stops but the vid keeps rolling to catch up to the sound ) anyone know how we can fix this


That normally means that the computer can't handle video playback.

If you right click the video player and click "Settings..." and make sure "Enable hardware acceleration" is ticked then that could solve it if he has a graphics card that supports hardware accelerated video decoding. You might also need to update Flash though and possibly also video card drivers to get hardware acceleration working correctly.

If that doesn't work then you need to lower the video quality. Some computers just can't do 1080p or 720p video playback.


thx alot it worked
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