Movie starts and stops
Most problems occur due to lack of internet bandwidth or poor quality network connections (often refered to as latency).
Check your bandwidth by visiting the following page: http://myspeed.visualware.com/
All platfoms: We recomend that users upgrade to version 7.6 of QuickTime. It delivers better video and autodetects your network connection. http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
How to to manually set your QuickTime player's connection speed Macintosh OS X Open System Preferences.
Click the Connection tab to select a speed. If you select a speed slower than your actual connection speed, QuickTime will always try to locate and play versions of the movie authored for the closest match to the slower connection speed. (The resulting movie may be smaller in size and lower in quality than your connection can actually support.) If you select a speed faster than your actual connection, movie playback may stutter, appear jerky or pixelate. Windows Click the "Pause" button to pause the movie. It's the big button in the center. Go under the Edit Menu and select Preferences ->QuickTime Preferences At the Pop-Up menu, select "Connection Speed." Pick the connection speed you are using to connect to the internet. For all users: If you are using a modem to connect to the internet, select 56 Kbps Modem/ISDN If you are using DSL or a Cable modem, select 512 Kbps DSL/Cable If you are on a high speed network, select 1.5 Mbps T1/Intranet/LAN If you select a speed faster than your actual connection, movie playback may stutter, appear jerky or pixelate. Note: Connections less than 56 Kbps (high speed modem) are not supported.
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