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Internet Streaming Media FAQ
Players that read streaming media must first process a certain amount of the stream (at least one packet) in order to display anything. The buffer is a word for computer memory that stores digital information that will later be processed. The computer memory can either be in the form of RAM or a partial temporary file that the media player constructs from the stream.
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Unfortunately, there are many points between our media server and your computer that might be slowing the process down. Our media server won't serve you the stream unless it has sufficient bandwidth, so it's quite hard to tell where the problem lies. Our recommendation would be to try back later. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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Limelight Scripts place no retrictions on videoing of amateur productions, providing it is for the sole purpose of providing your societies members with a record of their shows.
ABC Broadband - Help
Network congestion will cause the video to play back badly or to keep buffering. If you have a connection that is rated at 256kb/s or higher and you consistently get playback problems, you may need to talk to your Internet service provider (ISP) to sort out any potential problems with your connection configuration, or the level of service you’re being provided. You may also be able to adjust settings in your video player to assist with smooth playback. Click here for details.
Windows Media Player will attempt to "store up" frames of video to insure a smooth playback / viewing experience. Lots of "buffering" coupled with the video stopping and starting usually indicates that you have a slow connection to the Internet.
Support - WatchTheOutdoors.com
Video playback will suffer if you are on a slow Internet connection, or if you experience network congestion. To compensate for this, the video will download a little at a time to build a buffer. To correct this, watch the video at a lower bandwidth speed, or download the video to your computer instead of watching the streaming version.
HotHardcoreVideo - Customer Support
There are many variables involved in the complex process of streaming audio and video across the internet, and any number of those variables can cause problems in the streaming process resulting in loss of connection, extensive buffering or poor audio / video quality. Most often, network congestion is the primary reason for quality of service and player connection issues. This is the first place to start when troubleshooting streaming video problems. If you have a slower connection (i.e.
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Extreme conditions of network congestion may cause a brief interruption in the data stream to the receiving computer. This usually only occurs during periods of peak usage.
the Max Headroom chronicles: Max F-F-FAQ
Part 1 of the longer answer is that some of the shows were released on VHS in the late 1980s. The contents are irregular, the mix of NTSC (US) and PAL (UK) releases is irregular, and all are long out of print. The tapes, especially that of the UK telefilm, can be found on eBay and with Amazon.com's second-hand sellers, with the usual caveats about buying used tapes. But a mix of issues including unclear ownership and rights have kept a full release, or a release on DVD, from happening.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Just call us 800-396-0611 with the episode number or airdate and network (PBS). Each show is $24.95 plus $4.95 s/h (Florida residence add $3.25 sales tax).
Planet of the Apes/Forbidden Zone FAQ
To my knowledge, they are not available on video. However, The Sci-Fi Channel shows them periodically. TBS has also been known to show them as a series of TV movies (two episodes just stuck together), each re-christened with silly titles like "Life, Liberty, and Pursuit on the Planet of the Apes.
Peter Gabriel Encore Series FAQ
There are no plans for releasing DVDs for any shows of this tour in conjunction with the Encore Series.
Streaming - FAQ
There are usually three sections in the streaming "chain" that could be causing the buffering of the stream that the end user receives. If the source audio or video going into the encoder is not very good then this would just be replicated through the end user. So firstly you need to insure that the source feed is okay.
During the summer holidays there are local shows every weekend throughout Devon. They range from small village affairs up to the Devon County Show (Exeter), Mid-Devon Show (Tiverton) and the Tiverton Horse Show. clear round jumping (easy course, good for practice, winner is the one with the most clear rounds during the day) Programmes for shows tend to appear about 6 weeks in advance, available in local saddleries, feed suppliers, and horsey shops generally.
Hey Arnold! - Frequently (and otherwise) Asked Questions
The list is too long to include here - and even if I tried, it would be quickly out of date. There are two sources I use to find out things like this. First, the Internet Movie Database (us.imdb.com in the USA; in other countries, www.imdb.com will point you to a "local" copy), which includes the cast lists for a large number of movies. The only problem with it is, the information comes from volunteers and is not necessarily entirely accurate.