Make Best Use Of YouTube New Caching Feature

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  1. John says:

    Thats a great tip.

    I would come again to check other tips as this website seems good for mood.

  2. Zeba says:

    Can any one please let me know how to store/save the video directly from cache ()without using extra bandwith again??
    I have been searching for this by many days but hasn’t found any good solution as youtube splitted the videos in chunkes

  1. December 7, 2009

    […] For years, YouTube had its interest in higher quality videos, HD and even 1080 pixel wide videos (that certainly require higher bandwidth). Nevertheless, YouTube realized that all countries might not have 16MBPS of internet speed and suffer sluggish videos. For us, Indians, even 1MBPS broadband is considered as God’s gift, an extravagant resource. Most of us has to settle for 256 or 512 KBPS. Consider it like watching a 5-minute video, for which you have to wait 10 minutes to load. My workaround to this problem is to open YouTube player and then pause it, as soon as it starts to load. Now come back again after few minutes to find the whole video buffered. And not to forget, use YouTube’s cache to watch repeat videos. […]

  2. February 12, 2011

    […] status. This buffered video resides onto your computer hard-disk and you can even save it for viewing video offline. Now if you maximize, YouTube by default removes all buffers and starts to fetch it again in high […]

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