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Topic # 60500 27-Apr-2010 01:41
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test html 5 beta on you tube, and this will solve all your speed issues,

once they get the code solid, video must be fast,

HOLD UP  do we need need to spend billions upgrading this fibre to the door rubbish with expensive plan costs, 

why upgrade if a new internet language will work for us, that what we want right fast video ondemand, say good buy to cpu hungry flash players

over and out  

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  Reply # 323352 27-Apr-2010 05:02
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I think the 'Internets' don't really work the way you think they do.

Youtube performance issues have nothing to do Flash or HTML 5 and all with bandwidth. Thus, HTML 5 is no answer to this at all. Increasing bandwidth, however, is the answer. The biggest problem, however, seems to be international bandwidth. What good is it that I have a theoretical 100 Mbps to the home, if my ISP only has enough bandwidth to trickle a Youtube video to me at 10 kbps? :-)
 

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