Watch it. Is it slow? If it is add the following to the end of the url which will play the video in non-hd format:
So the url will now be this:
Don't want to keep on having to add the url manually? Well try this greasemonkey script for firefox:
I haven't tried the script yet because i'm at work, but can anyone give me the greasemonkey script code to add &fmt=5 at the end of every YouTube video url?, because that script makes all YouTube videos high quality and I want low quality?
And does anyone have a plugin that can add &fmt=5 at the end of every YouTube video url for Internet Explorer 6?