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Posted 5/12/15

asharka wrote:


Gigajew850 wrote:
Seems like i still have to look at the episode screenshots to add a show to my queue. You have to click the show and look at the episode selection screen to click "Add to queue".

Go to the letter and hover over the show title, add to queue pops up:
/videos/anime/alpha


Many thank you's sir or ma'am. I like how alphabetical is in list format instead of gallery format too.
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Posted 5/12/15 , edited 5/13/15

Gigajew850 wrote:

I am not god or a crunchyroll network admin but I have an idea. Internet services like MMO's, FPS, Streaming services, etc use servers in different locations to accommodate people in different locations. If Crunchyroll's has one server for everyone and it is in California, then someone like me who is in GA may have a harder time getting consistent service. To alleviate this, Crunchyroll will find a data center closer to the south east coast and I would be communicating with that server. If the south east coast server is at max capacity, it wouldnt effect people in europe, cali, etc. It would effect the people using that server.

Networking is complicated but I'm ALMOST certain it doesn't have anything to do with my computer. That is why i tested with other devices.

EDIT: I mean i can download files at a rate of 2.5 Megabytes per second. Or ~2,500 kilobytes per second. If a file is 25MB. I can download it in 10 seconds.


Our content delivery network providers use several locations in the US. It's not a single server or anything like that.
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Posted 5/13/15 , edited 5/13/15

shinryou wrote:


Gigajew850 wrote:

I am not god or a crunchyroll network admin but I have an idea. Internet services like MMO's, FPS, Streaming services, etc use servers in different locations to accommodate people in different locations. If Crunchyroll's has one server for everyone and it is in California, then someone like me who is in GA may have a harder time getting consistent service. To alleviate this, Crunchyroll will find a data center closer to the south east coast and I would be communicating with that server. If the south east coast server is at max capacity, it wouldnt effect people in europe, cali, etc. It would effect the people using that server.

Networking is complicated but I'm ALMOST certain it doesn't have anything to do with my computer. That is why i tested with other devices.

EDIT: I mean i can download files at a rate of 2.5 Megabytes per second. Or ~2,500 kilobytes per second. If a file is 25MB. I can download it in 10 seconds.


Our content delivery network providers use several locations in the US. It's not a single server or anything like that.


Yes I know that. That is what I said. it would be rediculous for you crunchyroll to have one server. I was explaining why people in my part of the world may have lag issues when people in his part of the world may not. All servers are not created equally and all regions do not have the same traffic.
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Posted 5/15/15

Gigajew850 wrote:


Yes I know that. That is what I said. it would be rediculous for you crunchyroll to have one server. I was explaining why people in my part of the world may have lag issues when people in his part of the world may not. All servers are not created equally and all regions do not have the same traffic.


Gotta agree w/ this. I'm on a pretty fast PC w/ 120 Mbps down and still have issues on a weekly basis w/ this website. Which is why I'm probably going to not renew my sub. Gave them another year in hoping this issue would get fixed, but nope. I don't have issues anywhere else..
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