Thanks @doyogawithme! In the meantime I’ll try switching browsers
There are two things that will likely fix it. The first is to change your browser. If you have already tried that, try changing the player. To do that, click on the gear wheel to the bottom right of the video (see screenshot below) and click ‘Switch Player’.
No problem, Chris. One question… Are you able to reproduce the issue consistently, on a number of your videos, or was it a one-off?
Yes it’s been happening every time. Haven’t had a chance to try another browser yet but I’ll report back.
@doyogawithme Using the alternate player is working fine. It would be great if the player option was saved so I don’t need to reselect it each time. Thanks for help troubleshooting this.
That’s good to hear, Chris. Yes, it’s a feature we added recently so we don’t have a way for it to remain as the backup player the next time you return. Enjoy the classes!
A new streaming issue. On a few videos, I’m now getting the following error message:
“an error occurred while loading this video.”
This issue only started a couple of weeks ago. In one case, I watched a video without any problem at all. And then a week later, the above message appeared when I tried to stream it again.
Here are links to two videos that are not loading for me:
I’m attempting to stream the beginner low back strength program videos. They keep crashing and I get the “Aw, snap, something went wrong” message. I’m on an iPad.
I cleared cache and tried an incognito page from Chrome. Any suggestions? The first two videos in the series are crashing, so it’s not just a single video issue.
Thanks for letting us know we will take a look at those videos and get them fixed up. Just an FYI… when we moved our classes from the old video host to our new one, some of them were corrupted. We are busy trying to fix up the problematic ones. If there are any other you come across please let me know. Thank you for your patience!
Both videos I was having problems with seemed to be working okay yesterday (and I watched one in its entirety). I gather you guys must have fixed them.
@loewenstein.mark Yes they have been fixed. We’ve also found what the issue is and we are working on fixing all of the troublesome classes. They should be all fixed up this week. Thanks for all of your help during this transition, we really appreciate it
Thanks for fixing the problem so promptly. I should say that I believe that the streaming has improved. While I fairly rarely encountered serious problems in the past, videos would freeze up at times. That no longer seems to happen.
And as long as I am commenting, thanks to David and all the excellent teachers for this absolutely fantastic site, which contains a variety of superb videos. I happened to find DoYogaWithMe a little more than two years ago and have been a regular user since.
@loewenstein.mark Great to hear! Thank you for your kind words too
I have been trying, unsuccessfully, to complete Nyk’s Head to Toe Yin class today. It gets to around 24 minutes and then stops.
I have tried refreshing the page and pausing for several minutes at the start but it hasn’t made any difference. Sometimes Guy’s classes do this too.
I access the internet via Samsung tv to my classes.
Thankyou for all that you do.
We don’t have a lot of experience with Smart tvs, but I’ll ask our host and see what we can try.
New streaming problem.
As a general rule, the new streaming source has been working well. The videos have been playing without the annoying pauses that used to happen from time to time.
However, this morning I had problem witht the Playing the Edge video. The video would not play at all and the message “No Internet connection” appeared. Other videos played without problem. Also, I had played the “Playing the Edge” video yesterday without any problem at all.
@loewenstein.mark That’s great to hear! The Playing the Edge error sounds like some sort of caching issue. I’d recommend clearing your browser’s cache to see if that clears it up.
That solved the problem.
I am having issues casting to my Vizio Smart Tv from my phone or desktop. I use chrome browser and chrome cast. It pops up as a Pipeline Error Decode. Some videos I have to give up on because it will happen every few minutes. I tried turning off “use hardware acceleration when available” in my chrome settings and that seems to have fixed it somewhat, but is there another way anyone knows of? The videos still pause randomly and the stream has to be refreshed.