[html5] Google Chrome video playback speed problems

Mike Ressler mressler at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 05:35:08 PST 2012

Yes, I'm also seeing this.  I run a video company and many of my customers
have been reporting this as well.  It only happens on Chrome and the same
videos play back fine on Firefox/VLC.  This happens whether the video is
local to the machine and accessed via file:// or if it's remote and
accessed via http://.  I have a sample video hosted:


I also created a Google Help Forum topic on the matter, but haven't had a
reply (or many visits):


Does anyone know who to contact on the Google Chrome team?


Mike Ressler

On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 10:02 PM, Norman Fournier <norman at normanfournier.com
> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have been using jPlayer successfully to play video for a while with
> great results. I use QuickTimePro7 or Ogg Drop X to format the ogv files.
> Recently the files play fine on my desktop but when viewed in Google Chrome
> either locally or on web they play back faster than they should. See the
> videos two thirds f the way down the page at http://www.thehalcyoncore.comfor an example. This happens in the other instances where these videos are
> installed.
> I downloaded and reinstalled Chrome, with no success. I then cleared out
> users/library/ applicationsupport/google/chrome and reinstalled a new
> download of Chrome, again with no success.
> Has anyone encountered this?
> Norman
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