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Posted 6/5/13
So usually i watch most my animes here in 720p since i watch usually around the time they are released so i dont have sudden lag from everyone watching at the same time. However for probably around the past two or three weeks whenever i try to watch 720p it is pixelated to the point where it just annoying. I do end up watching in 1080p which i dont have any problems with but i'm just wondering if there is any fix or some problem on my side. The only thing that i have updated on my PC since this started happening has been windows updates, which i have a hard time believing that being the reason. Tried changing my settings in my graphics card but nothing has fixed it. Also when i look at it while its not in fullscreen in looks like its fine but when i go to watch it in fullscreen it gets bad.

Is anyone else having this problem? Any idea's for fixes?
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Posted 6/5/13
All available resolutions seem to work perfectly for me. Are you sure all of your things are updated? It might be an out of date browser or graphics card driver.

I'd also recommend clearing your cache, as that might help.
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Posted 6/5/13
Alright, i've figured out that its got something to do with my google chrome, as i tried firefox and IE and it worked fine with them.
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Posted 6/7/13
i experience the same problem yesterday on chrome. what fixed my problem was clearing the adobe flash cache:

BasouKazuma wrote:
Clear the cache for your Flash installation:
Follow this link to go to the Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager
http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager03.html
Un-checkmark the 2 boxes
Click the "Confirm" button
Re-checkmark the 2 boxes
Then close your browser, reopen it and try any of our videos.
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