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Videos Always Reloading?


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Its a .WMV file
Have Flip4Mac and use quicktime

I can play them and everything is great but when I load a video or movie up that I downloaded (Youtube etc), I must play the whole movie and cannot skip parts?

Why does this happen?
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You should try to play videos you've downloaded from YouTube via VLC Player. That is probably the most capable player I know in existence today.
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still the same thing...
starts up, then cant move the video until it plays the whole thing through
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