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    Is is just me or has the Youtube picture quality gone downhill in the past few days?

    Even in HD, I am finding the pictures grainy and of a lower quality than before.

    There is no such drop in pic quality on other sites or on media stored on my comuter.

    Anybody know anything about this??


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    It seems fine to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piggi View Post
    Is is just me or has the Youtube picture quality gone downhill in the past few days?

    Even in HD, I am finding the pictures grainy and of a lower quality than before.

    There is no such drop in pic quality on other sites or on media stored on my comuter.

    Anybody know anything about this??



    1. 240p is 240 pixels wide: low quality, buffer the fastest
    2. 360p is 360 pixels wide: acceptable quality, buffer the fastest
    3. 480p is 480 pixels wide: high quality, buffer in a good speed
    4. 720p is 720 pixels wide: best quality, buffer very slow but it's worthy (Near HD quality)

    sol : change it to the highest "p" available



    hope this helps bud

    Cheers

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    http://s98.photobucket.com/albums/l2...t=MOV02900.flv

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    You could try updating your flash player..

    Adobe - Adobe Flash Player

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    I you are on mobile network like o2 or vodafone, they reduce the quality of the pictures to take down the bandwidth, you have to click on that picture to show it full quality.

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    Thank you all for your replies, chaps!

    Most helpful.


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