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j_shanaz

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why don't some online videos load on my computer??
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dsenette

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why do some birds chirp?

maybe a better descriptioni of your problem would get you a better answer
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Well, I'll add to this. When I try to load videos from my favorite news site - http://www.montgomer...?Category=VIDEO
- it will load a bit, play a bit, wait - load a bit, play a bit.
However viewing YouTube is no problem.
Is YouTube reducing images differently or what makes the difference? The quality almost seems better on YouTube!
I guess the question is - is it the process in editing/reducing the video or is it the way images move from the server to us. ????What the heck was that?? Lost my way in an ADHD fog - sorry. What can be done to reduce the video - so it loads fast - and yet not lose the quality?
Ummmmm - I'd better stop there!

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