I have been using youtube for a few weeks now and I am not liking the sound that youtube makes. I am not sure if it is just the way it is, or if I am just not able to hear it. I am not sure if I should be using flash to play the videos. I know there are videos on youtube that are using flash and I do like the sound that it makes, but I am not sure if I should.
I’m not sure what should you do. Personally, I like youtube videos that give me sound. You may have to turn off flash, if you don’t like the sound. I do, however, like videos that don’t use flash. If you want sound, just use your sound setting in chrome.
If you don’t want sound, there are a lot of YouTube videos that do not use flash, and that is a perfectly acceptable solution. YouTube, like a lot of the modern internet, doesn’t really work like a traditional website.
This is a very common error. I have had to turn off flash and it has saved me lots of time. Flash movies that dont use flash, or videos that dont use flash that are not optimized for youtube, are just not good.
If you’re using Flash on your site, then I recommend using the plugin that is included in Chrome. It will create a static HTML page where your page is supposed to be, and then it will load it on your page. This means if you do a search there will be less of a chance for your page to load back to you. To prevent this you can turn off the Flash plugin and your page will load back properly as you have a static HTML page.
Flash is one of the worst offenders when it comes to audio. I remember being annoyed when I first started using Youtube videos but then I realized that all the extra audio meant that it was just easier to just watch the video. To me that is a really good thing, because it means that if you have any audio problems you can easily mute the audio and play it once the video is over.
Flash has a lot of problems when it comes to audio. It’s really easy to lose track of which audio is working and which is not. Flash is really good at hiding all this behind some slick animations, but still the audio still gets lost.
While Flash, in its current form, is still pretty good at taking care of audio issues, there is some work to be done in order to make it better. A simple trick I found was to add the audio track to the first frame of the video, so that if you are watching it on a regular sized display and have some audio issues, it will still go through the video without an issue.