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To fix choppy video playback, consider following this short guide. If one of the steps doesn’t help, just switch to another one.
Update the video and audio drivers on your computer.
Check your hardware: maybe it just can’t process your file correctly, then resizing the video might help.
Get another video player. Some players you can download even for free might act better than default ones.
Convert your video to another format.
If nothing works, look for a video repair program for your OS.
If you watch videos online, check your Internet connection: its speed may be not high enough to transfer the video data. Otherwise, there might be hardware or software issues. If everything is up to date, maybe the file itself is damaged.
Try to lower video quality: click the Cogwheel icon on the video and check the video resolution. It might be too high for your Internet speed or your hardware. Choose the resolution that is lower than the current one.
Update the video drivers.
If the problem persists, clear your browser’s cache and switch off the extensions one by one: they may affect video playback. Download and install the latest version of the browser.
There could be many reasons, such as a virus on your system, a drain on the system resources, the video being too detailed or high resolution for your device, and so on.
There are a few possible methods. You could try adjusting the browser settings to enable or disable hardware acceleration, as well as clearing the browser's cache and cookies.
There are several methods to try, such as trying a different media player, updating your system, running a virus scan, and adjusting the size of the video or re-downloading it.
On Android, you may want to try a virus scan, adjusting the resolution of the video, re-downloading the video, or using a different media player.
You may have to experiment with different methods, such as using different media players, adjusting sizes and resolution settings, updating your software, and re-downloading the video.
If you're looking for how to fix choppy video in Adobe® Premiere®, you may need to try re-downloading the video if it is corrupt, running a virus scan, disabling your antivirus temporarily, or updating Premiere® to the latest version.