Wednesday, April 2, 2008

YouTube Video's

From time to time I include YouTube video clips in my articles. I do so because they are an integral part of the story I am publishing. Some of you have complained that the video play back is "jerky."

On line video play back is influenced by a number of factors, including your computer processor and ISP line connection speed.

I am running a state of the art twin-core high speed computer on a DSL line, and I still experience "buffering" delays.

There is no need to deprive yourself of this technology, you just have to learn to "live" with the idiosyncrasies. This is my recommendation for you to enjoy the video clips I include:

Once you double-clicked on the link, and the connection is made, simply let the video clip down-load at its native speed, buffering and all. Go get a cup of coffee, check your pets, stretch your legs, and let the download complete.

When the download is competed, generally there will be a "repeat" option. Hit that and watch the video in its entirety without the herky-jerky!

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