Since I updated to CD v184.108.40.206 using Adobe Flash Player v220.127.116.11, flash video is jerky on all sites. Adobe Flash Player v18.104.22.168 worked fine on CD 31.1.
It doesn’t happen using IE.
Tried incognito mode disabling extensions which doesn’t help.
I disabled Do not allow websites to know where you came from (suppress HTTP Referrer header), Enable phishing and malware protection, Send a ‘Do Not Track’ request with your browsing traffic, Use hardware acceleration when available, which doesn’t help.
I reinstalled Flash Player which doesn’t help. (I don’t know where to find previous versions)
Anyone else having this issue?
Issue is present on both of my systems…
XP SP3 32-bit
Vista SP2 32-bit
Mod edit: Added merged to the topic title, Captainsticks.
Thanks for the link. I installed flash 22.214.171.124 and that didn’t help. My next step would be to revert to CD v31.1 but I read in another post that the user profile has changed in v33. So backing up my current profile wouldn’t be compatible with v31.1. Is that true? I didn’t make a current backup before updating CD to V33. I would lose to many added bookmarks. Unless there’s a workaround.
I can vouch for this issue, trying to watch Twitch TV live streams end up with a choppy video at about 5 frames per second. This is definitely related with v33 as it was fine yesterday when I was on the previous version, and is fine for a mate of mine who is still on that version.
I did try reverting to 31.1 however I kept getting errors saying that I couldn’t sync because my user profile was for the later version (or something along those lines) so that was an inconvenience and not an option. This needs resolving. NEEDS especially since it’s impossible to go back with your user profile… sigh Looks like I’ll be using Dragon alongside regular Chrome to watch Twitch streams until this is resolved…
Same issue I am having here, for example if you even launch speedtest.net, you may notice the framerate of the animations to be quite poor. Also on some video streaming sites the video framerate is around 10.
No issues on other browsers or older versions of CD.
Yeah I did read it, but I already have Chrome installed so as much as I don’t like using it, it’ll only be for watching Twitch TV livestreams so there shouldn’t be any big issue. But I definitely agree, I much prefer CD over Chrome
i have the same issue here. it seems that the new update is not friendly to adobe flash player. looks like its eating the flash player’s resources and causing it to jutter/lag on the streams/videos. i couldnt find a way around it. i realise this was the issue going on with comodo dragon itself. please fix this comodo dragon. we rather have your browser over google chrome.
I have 2 notebooks. The first model is asus g53jw (Win7 x64), the second is acer one 722 (Win8.1 x64). The issue is reproduces on the both. It started as soon as I got 33 CD.
It’s very unpleasant to have a browser which can’t play video online in normal state. I hope you can fix it asap.
(I had the problem on all versions of Chrome when installed it on acer one 722. But when I disabled the “Chrome Adobe Flash Player” plugin, it fixed the problem for Chrome.)
Yup, experiencing this too, quite annoying when trying to watch adult content.
I can’t even watch streams on Twitch because “Shockwave Flash” or whatever just crashes… Doesn’t bother me much though since I use Livestreamer with mpv which I find much better than the actual twitch player (also use pop-out chat)
(I have come to the conclusion that every CD release will have some sort of issue 88) )