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Post Reply Jumping & stopping play due to cache
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Posted 11/25/13
I think the problem is only with onboard pci-e reltek nic. The nic u got there is onboard but not pci-e
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Posted 12/31/13 , edited 12/31/13
What did the DEV team find if anything yet in regards to my fix? I would love to be able to refer others to this as a permanent sticky. I also ask Rel Tek if you can host the driver and/or link it and they said that both is ok as long as you contact them and agree not to alter the program in anyway or charge for the download.
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Posted 5/27/14
Sorry for Necro-ing; however, I've been seeing issues a lot with streaming sites and this. Honestly, It's hilarious. Its because the video isn't properly saving and loading from cache. You skip to any part of the video, it will reload that part rather than having it then and there in temporary data. Quite retarded considering a lot of ISP's out of the United States are starting to charge for bandwidth costs, and if the networks bandwidth is being used by multiple people it slows down the video real-time buffer speed altering those experiences for those with shit internet. It's not a matter of video quality, also most new pc's can handle 1080p video encoding. I don't know much, but I do believe this is the serious issue, because back in my day, sitting 10minutes would load almost any video completely. But, now buffer only loads a minute or less in before it stops buffering.
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Posted 5/27/14
I have a 30MB connection with my broadband at home and I suffer issues on my laptop (running Win 7), iPad, iMac and the Win 8 laptop I brought home from work. Stuttering is constant I even went into work today with only 3 people on the premises with only me using the network (100MB fiber connection) and literally every 3 minutes it was freezing. I tried it on 4 different spec'd PC's the oldest being from 2011 the newest something I bought for work just 2 months ago with the same issue.

It's not broadband its not machine spec its all down to the player. Tried complete reinstalls and updates of Flash even tried multiple cache settings for the Flash player across IE, Mozilla, Safari and Opera. Same issue every time across 3 different shows. I'd email support but reading all the threads its just the same answers, shocking really as this very thread was started 6 months ago and things haven't improved.
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