Tidying up hickok45 's channel and came across this gem,
Getting the delayed double audio just like on Clover Tac’s video.
ok, please, tell me your what device you are using, version, browser and/or anything else you can
We need to figure this out and reports with info is how we do it, thank you!
You’re asking a lot from an old guy. anyway, I’m using an Asus desktop that is several years old. I run Firefox as my browser. Windows 7 home premium. AMD A8-3800 APU.
That’s about all I can find. What else are you looking for?
Those two are most notable, is your FF up to date?
As far as I know it is. I think it is set to do automatic updates. How do I check?
- Click the menu button in the top right corner.
- Click the Help button.
- Select About Firefox .
- Click Check for updates .
- Click Update .
- Click Restart Firefox to Update.
It is set for automatic and it says that it is up to date.
By the way, when I view other videos from other sites they play just fine.
Right now its a new and unknown report, I did bring it up to the tech guys, we do have new patches rolling out regularly, it could be repaired without ever knowing whats wrong, but again, thank you for mentioning, sorry its an issue, I literally have five browsers as none are 100%, six if you count IE which I don’t
The link worked just fine for me FOR A CHANGE.
I’ll go over and try a Hickok45 video and see what happens.
Just discovered something. I am set up so that when I click on a link it opens in a separate tab. When it starts playing I get double audio but if I pause it then I only get one video. Apparently it is playing in both tabs and one is a bit behind the other. I’ve never had that happen before, but it is doing it now.
Great job figuring it out
There are some strange policies with open and closed bolts and made up things like “Amber status”…mostly by people who don’t know how they operate.
Most people have never shot an open bolt gun. all the semis were made closed that were open on full autos.
I constantly have to teach new owners of open bolt MGs how to properly handle their guns and clearing malfunctions. Just watch videos on the web of people with beltfed guns and you will see so many doing dangerous clearance of malfunctions or even basic manipulation. Too many just pop the top cover when the gun stops which is very dangerous unless you get the bolt under control via the sear.