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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Pointers and Memory Arrays, Length, and Size

Forwarding trough tutorial movies resulting in infinite loops as is video is not playable anymore... chrome

Video is not playable anymore once you want to skip a portion of a video.

5 Answers

It could also be that the network is designed to minimize video streaming. I would say try to use the office's wifi on you phone, and see if you experience the same problem. If so, it's likely this is the case. You could also try going to YouTube or some other appropriate video streaming site and see if the problem persists there as well.

Were you able to stream videos at work without a problem before today? If so, it could just be a slow day.

Try switching browsers, or downloading the course via the Itunes feed. If your internet connection is subpar, that could be the issue.

You would think it should just work in the latest version of chrome. But then again I am at work at the moment so maybe that's the case. Unlikely it is our internet connection. Will see if I have the same issue once I am at home.

Yeah maybe but I have no problems at other video streaming sites from work. I think it's the player :). Since when I pause the tutorial video and come back to it and want to resume it again it also sometimes happens that it's trying to resume the video but it fails.

But will check if I have the same error at home or tomorrow at work again :) if so then I will assume it's just my work pc related ^^

Hmm it's work related. At home no issues.