Did you know that you can become more efficient at watching videos on Youtube? That’s right, you can. If you spend a lot of time watching videos through this forum you might as well get better at it, and I bet you hadn’t even thought about something like this.
On videos, YouTube allows users to select from 240p, 360p, 480p, 720p, and 1080p. These are all resolutions.
Without going into too much detail, this number refers to the vertical resolution of the source video in pixels, and generally the larger the number the more crisp the video. H3xed
- Click on the bottom right number, possibly showing 1080p, 720p, 480p, 360p setting and choose the lowest number, which is probably 240p
- Try clicking any place on the loading bar. The video should load from there.
- Allow the video to load first by pressing the pause. You know it is loading because the red line should appear all the way down to the end
- NOTE: Sometimes you might notice the video is loading at a slow, but steady rate and all of a sudden the red bar jumps to the end. This probably means the video is truncated. Refresh your browser to load the video again
- There are other options to install accelerators and downloaders that this eHow article mentions
I hope that makes your already pleasant Youtube viewing day a bit pleasanter. For a few things that you can learn on Youtube, check out this Tomash.Soup blog. Happy viewing!