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I'm very curious as well Mr. Alex. If you need some testers to try your build I'll gladly help you out. If not I'm still waiting patiently for the release of WF 14 thumb.gif
    
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Flash for Internet Explorer uses ActiveX components. Have you tried 64-Bit Opera?

I just tried playing the same youtube file (stuttering in WF and FF) with Opera x64 and it didn't have a single stutter. So this just points out to WF as the problem?

By the way, I'm using Primo RAMDisk with WF and FF for my cache files, does that have to do something with this stuttering? Because I use it also with IE and it doesn't have a problem there.
Edited by kevindd992002 - 7/24/12 at 7:45am
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When updating WF uninstalls and removes everything, even the profiles, then installed the new version, and try like that.
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When updating WF uninstalls and removes everything, even the profiles, then installed the new version, and try like that.

Tried that to no avail.
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Waiting for the auto update feature in 14. wubsmiley.gif

I love W13!
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I just tried playing the same youtube file (stuttering in WF and FF) with Opera x64 and it didn't have a single stutter. So this just points out to WF as the problem?
By the way, I'm using Primo RAMDisk with WF and FF for my cache files, does that have to do something with this stuttering? Because I use it also with IE and it doesn't have a problem there.

I'm not exactly sure how Primo RAMDisk works, but if you are using a "virtual disk" in memory/RAM to store cache files instead of the hard drive, there is most likely an issue with the way Mozilla code is writing the cache video files to the "virtual disk" that causes the stuttering, that the other browsers don't have an issue with? It maybe just the way Mozilla writes data to memory/RAM but idk. Again not exactly sure how Primo works since I have not used it myself, just my two cents smile.gif
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Hey guys, website update! Hope you all like it, I worked hard on it so hopefully it'll pay off. Some parts are a bit messy but I'm trying to keep on track for the next release (which is a pain ATM!).

As always, feedback is greatly appreciated.

 

Edit: I'm getting slightly paranoid now, so if the new website sucks please let me know and I'll revert back to the old one tongue.gif


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I'm not exactly sure how Primo RAMDisk works, but if you are using a "virtual disk" in memory/RAM to store cache files instead of the hard drive, there is most likely an issue with the way Mozilla code is writing the cache video files to the "virtual disk" that causes the stuttering, that the other browsers don't have an issue with? It maybe just the way Mozilla writes data to memory/RAM but idk. Again not exactly sure how Primo works since I have not used it myself, just my two cents smile.gif

Primo RAMDisk is actually a RAMDisk where you use a part of your RAM as a normal hard disk. It is supposed to speed up things in any browser since the RAM is the fastest device in our systems. It is around 10x faster than an SSD. And it is RECOMMENDED to use it with Mozilla and any type of browser. So I don't know why this is a problem?
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Hey guys, website update! Hope you all like it, I worked hard on it so hopefully it'll pay off. Some parts are a bit messy but I'm trying to keep on track for the next release (which is a pain ATM!).
As always, feedback is greatly appreciated.

Mr. Alex, what do you think of my problem?
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I'm not exactly sure how Primo RAMDisk works, but if you are using a "virtual disk" in memory/RAM to store cache files instead of the hard drive, there is most likely an issue with the way Mozilla code is writing the cache video files to the "virtual disk" that causes the stuttering, that the other browsers don't have an issue with? It maybe just the way Mozilla writes data to memory/RAM but idk. Again not exactly sure how Primo works since I have not used it myself, just my two cents smile.gif

Primo RAMDisk is actually a RAMDisk where you use a part of your RAM as a normal hard disk. It is supposed to speed up things in any browser since the RAM is the fastest device in our systems. It is around 10x faster than an SSD. And it is RECOMMENDED to use it with Mozilla and any type of browser. So I don't know why this is a problem?
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Hey guys, website update! Hope you all like it, I worked hard on it so hopefully it'll pay off. Some parts are a bit messy but I'm trying to keep on track for the next release (which is a pain ATM!).
As always, feedback is greatly appreciated.

Mr. Alex, what do you think of my problem?

 

Two things it could be:

  • It's the placebo effect
  • There were some conflicts that ICC doesn't like with your system, but WF14 should fix that, I had to fix a lot of things in it but everything runs smooth as butter for me now. (The amount of linking errors drove me slowly insane, but I've fixed them all, so I'm quite sure that WF14 will solve any microstutter).

Edit: Just a test, on a Flash video on YouTube>Right Click>Show Infomation, what are the FPS of the video like?

    
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