Am having severe trouble with YouTube watching - slow, jittery videos.
At first I thought it was Flash 11 but I also found this:
Am with AOL. What I am experiencing is what I would imagine might happen if my broadband was narrowed down to little more than dial up capacity.
Early days and I don't understand a lot of what is out there - but I found a speed test on YouTube. The page compared my ISP to the average for my area (I don't know what criteria they use), the average was over 8 whilst my ISP came in at 4.83 for speed. That looks a bit bleak does it not?
There was a test video giving HTTP speed but this changed on the nano second and there was no average kbps streaming information so pretty useless for a lay person like me trying to work out what in goodness sake has gone wrong with my online videos. The kbps sequence went something like 0 (that's zero streaming, freeze), 263, 116, 504, 44, 0, 547, 11, 0, 8, 1175, 145, 200 ... The fact that the streaming can hit 1175 then fall away to 11 then zero makes me wonder.