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Anyone else get this YT glitch lately?

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Happens throughout the entire video on videos that have this problem.. The scrubber thumbnails look fine though :P

 

Maybe it's just me. Extends to different browsers though..

 

Here, you can try one of the videos that it happens on

 

Maybe it's some wacky encoding that LTT used to use for this and youtube doens't like it anymore.. It's from 2014 after all :P

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Likely to be a GPU or GPU driver issue if it happens on every video.


But, on this video specifically, yeah it's the video that's bugged up. 

I even tried downloading it and it did the same, so it's not just happening on the youtube player, their archived video itself is bugged up.
Looking at the comments, it seems to have happened somewhere around 2 years ago.

So maybe when Youtube changed their video codecs, the re-encoding of the already compressed videos by their previous encoder, fucked up somewhere resulting in this mess. While the thumbnails are unaffected because those are just quick snapshots.


These kind of artefacts are common when you convert and compress the same file over and over again. 

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11 hours ago, TetraSky said:

Likely to be a GPU or GPU driver issue if it happens on every video.


But, on this video specifically, yeah it's the video that's bugged up. 

I even tried downloading it and it did the same, so it's not just happening on the youtube player, their archived video itself is bugged up.
Looking at the comments, it seems to have happened somewhere around 2 years ago.

So maybe when Youtube changed their video codecs, the re-encoding of the already compressed videos by their previous encoder, fucked up somewhere resulting in this mess. While the thumbnails are unaffected because those are just quick snapshots.


These kind of artefacts are common when you convert and compress the same file over and over again. 

Yeah not a GPU issue i'm prettyyy sure.

 

But that's weird, a couple days ago this issue happened on a different video and when I played it on Potplayer (same as VLC), or my phone, there were no artifacts. This video though just has plain old artifacts caked in the video.

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On 12/11/2018 at 7:47 PM, TetraSky said:

Likely to be a GPU or GPU driver issue if it happens on every video.


But, on this video specifically, yeah it's the video that's bugged up. 

I even tried downloading it and it did the same, so it's not just happening on the youtube player, their archived video itself is bugged up.
Looking at the comments, it seems to have happened somewhere around 2 years ago.

So maybe when Youtube changed their video codecs, the re-encoding of the already compressed videos by their previous encoder, fucked up somewhere resulting in this mess. While the thumbnails are unaffected because those are just quick snapshots.


These kind of artefacts are common when you convert and compress the same file over and over again. 

Here's one that works fine on potplayer but browser fooks up :P

 

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Turn off hardware acceleration for now. It does it to me on that vid too. 
Every now and then chrome has a problem for me, gets fixed next release. 

 

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that video was just encoded wrong by youtube, look at the comments. 

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A lot of new videos (From minutes to a few weeks) for me just have constant stuttering throughout the entire video. But I can open another video in another tab and perfectly smooth playback. Sometimes if I go back to the video the next day it'll play smoothly, but after multiple refreshes it's still janky.

Weird.

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