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MLOPS Specialization Course 1 Week 3 videos have stuttering. Check with Chrome and Chromium, internet bandwidth is 30Mbps, stutters even in 360p.

 

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Best answer by ATP 9 June 2021, 12:24

Hi, if you say that, I believe;

but that passes as a technical bug -- this section of the forum is for (general) features suggestion for the platform.

So you can: press on the flag below (each) lecture video and report the bug OR write it to the Help center Staff.

As a proof anyway, you see that videos have a “share” button as they play, that link will bring you to a public streaming using a different video player.

  • At least, you could check whether it’s a recording issue or streaming issue -- or just follow the lecture in a decent way (no fast speed however!)

Have a good day  

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Hi, if you say that, I believe;

but that passes as a technical bug -- this section of the forum is for (general) features suggestion for the platform.

So you can: press on the flag below (each) lecture video and report the bug OR write it to the Help center Staff.

As a proof anyway, you see that videos have a “share” button as they play, that link will bring you to a public streaming using a different video player.

  • At least, you could check whether it’s a recording issue or streaming issue -- or just follow the lecture in a decent way (no fast speed however!)

Have a good day  

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Hey,

Sorry I had no idea they had that feature so I just scrambled to find a forum to report the issue. I have tested in both fast and normal speeds, and my internet is streaming from other sites in HD quality so I suspect it’s might be a video production issue.

Thanks for the info! Good day!

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I have my idea of what you mean.

Some videos (in general) block at a certain point and there’s no way to have that point smooth. I don’t think it’s about recording nor streaming issues, but maybe a issue of metadata -- some “bump” that has affected the video during the conversion phase.

If so, I’m skeptical it would be fixed, but if you want to report it, welcome.   

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