Will try that. Was quite late last night. Have turn off all extensions for Safari, and in fact, I have reset Safari and deleted all the existing cookies.
Now that you've included the link to troubleshoot Flash players.
I recalled recently I just wen to Adobe's page and downloaded and installed the latest Flash Player and Shockwave player.
Are these two the "culprits"?
But anyway, like the troubleshoot page explain, I was watching some latest YouTube music videos with the Vemo branding, and I doubt they are build-in flash, but maybe HTML5 instead? I'm not sure.
Anyway, will try again and see if it helps
Thanks and cheers
I've dome all I can:
- Reset Safari, deleted all the cookies, etc
- Flush/Deleted the Flash cookies as Carolyn have suggested.
- Reinstall Safari
And STILL, same persisting problem, regular intervals of split-second freeze frame...
To prove that there is nothing wrong with my iMac, my internet connection etc; I downloaded Chrome and tested it, play a full screen YouTube video, in fact the same one, I log in using my same ID, i.e. into my YouTube account, and the video play perfectly normal and fine in full screen HD size 1080.
It may be bit troublesome and inconvenient, but until Safari has fixed or come out with a solution, or if I find one, but before that, I am sticking to Chrome to watch YouTube videos.
Thanks and cheers
Quit safari then delete the preference file ~/Library/Preference/com.apple.safari.plist and reopen safari and see if it works. If it doesn't then quit safari and delete the file again then do the next step.
If you don't mind deleting your bookmarks and other data quit safari and delete this folder ~/Library/Safari.
OK this is "terrible".
I've updated to OS 10.6.8, and did all to Safari:
- Delete preference file
- Delete the whole folder
and start all over.
Play a YouTube video, any video, now even at a norm window mode at 360 or 480 res, the video still "freezes and startles"... I really am lost and don't know what else can be done.
I thought it was my Norton Internet Security, so I turn them off, still same.
And using Chrome does not seem to be affected by all these.