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Topic # 23042 16-Jun-2008 12:01
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can anyone load this video:

http://www.3news.co.nz/Video/National/tabid/309/articleID/59492/cat/64/Default.aspx

3news changed their website to flash and all the videos on their website now do not load for me. i waited 5 minutes and it still hasn't loaded. i'm on broadband and using the latest version of flash and youtube videos load fine for me. i even put the video speed on low and it still won't load.

anyone else having problems?

on youtube there is a red line that moves across on the flash player that tells you how much of the video is loaded. but on the 3news site i don't see anything to see how much of the video has loaded.

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  Reply # 138340 16-Jun-2008 12:25
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  Reply # 138350 16-Jun-2008 12:55
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Just tried it from work (on TC fibre) and I cant load it either, get the blue bars whizzing across but thats it, no video. Although we are behind a firewall here which could be holding it up...but YouTube etc work albeit slowly.




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  Reply # 138358 16-Jun-2008 13:12
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not working for me, probably because im at scool.

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  Reply # 138361 16-Jun-2008 13:34
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freitasm must be hogging all the bandwidth to it since hes the only one able to view it ;)




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  Reply # 138796 17-Jun-2008 19:02
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xpd: freitasm must be hogging all the bandwidth to it since hes the only one able to view it ;)
Lol must be, because I haven't been able to load any video from the new 3news.co.nz site since it has lunched :(

Same issue as you guys, just get that blue bar moving past.....

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