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  Reply # 1566549 6-Jun-2016 15:08
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My tracert to youtube takes a total of 70ms

 

 

 

But I am getting a stop/stutter every 3-4s of video, which makes me wonder if your machine/graphics card etc is man enough for the job. For 3y old desktop plays the video but has a minor noticeable judder every 4s, on my 3mth macbook pro its barely noticeable but is still there

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1566875 7-Jun-2016 09:47
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Right click on the video and look at "Stats for nerds"

 

 

 

 





The little things make the biggest difference.



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  Reply # 1566922 7-Jun-2016 10:25
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Sorry forgot to update.

 

 

 

The issue was internal - so thanks for those that picked that.

 

My Synology NAS and security cameras are causing it (3x3MP streams). I could resolve it, but I have a real (pc) NAS arriving this week and that NAS is leaving the building :).


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