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Thread: New Midwest Crappie Show

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    Default New Midwest Crappie Show

    We have another new show that started airing today. I know that the past few shows have had some viewing problems. This new show is on a new brand DVD. Hopefully it plays good for everyone. Please let me know if this corrects the problems. If it does, I will replace the "bad"shows.

    The new show is Long Pole Flippin' at Lake Erie. Hope you enjoy.

    Thanks,
    Russ

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    I'll sure try it out. Thanks
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    I can watch the older ones the newer ones play for few seconds and stop catch up and start again. I thought it was my computer but I have no trouble watching other videos.

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    Great show Russ. Well, you let the secret out on Erie. Now we will see a few more fishing the harbors. But, there is so much room.


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    Russ it is still doing the same thing. Maybe the producer of the video is using a new or different software program to produce the streaming video. Else it is in a higher resolution than the older programs were. The older videos play fine, just the newer ones that are doing this.
    Be as smart as you can, but it is always better to be wise than to be smart.

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    I am not a computer nerd or anything close to it. But, I post a lot of videos on the Internet. The problem is the file sizes. The higher resolution, the bigger the file size. With a large file size, the Internet server can not put out enough data quick enough for the video clip to play well. I use a video converter to reduce the file sizes of my videos. I may lose a little bit of quality but usually, not a lot. It is like the difference in a Jpeg photo and a BitMap photo. The BitMap photo has a larger file size but a Jpeg photo looks just as good over the Internet and will load much quicker.

    Are the new clips Hi Definition? That would be the problem.

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    Thanks Russ

    Fatman

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    It played well on mine. Get the latest free version of Adobe Flash and see if it helps in video watching.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigD View Post
    It played well on mine.
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    Is there a link?

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