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Bug with Video Gallery. Video stops playing afer 2-3 seconds

waveneyavenue
I noticed this for the first time today. Also noticed it on your demos. Video (swf) just stops playing after a few seconds. it can be started agin by moving the time slider for example but after 2-3 seconds it jst stops again.

Womder if it is a known issue or perhaps the result of the Flash player update that was forced on me this morning.

Anybody able to shed some light on this, or confirm bug following flash player update

Cheers
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Re: Bug with Video Gallery. Video stops playing afer 2-3 seconds

waveneyavenue
It appears it was a glitch with the update to flash player. i restarted my machine and it is now working. Sorry for the false alarm! ;)
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Re: Bug with Video Gallery. Video stops playing afer 2-3 seconds

mjijackson
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No problem...thanks for looking further into it!
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Re: Bug with Video Gallery. Video stops playing afer 2-3 seconds

jmarlin
I am noticing this issue too, but it appears to be related to insufficient video buffering time. It might be possible that your issue was resolved not by reboot but because your browser had fully cached the FLVs in question.

I'm going to look into additional settings for JW Player that might remedy.

PS: Shadowbox is extremely well-architected - thanks Michael for this great contribution!
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Re: Bug with Video Gallery. Video stops playing afer 2-3 seconds

jmarlin
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Wheee...

OK for those that have this issue - at least my version of the problem - can be fixed by making sure that Apache's mod_deflate is disabled at a minimum on FLVs... I think it was messing up interpretation of the content-length header for Firefox.
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