Let us assume that you’re watching a movie online. And the Video Buffering in the middle of a terribly exciting sequence. Won’t you be frustrated?  This scenario occurs often for millions of people who use the Internet, and it’s one of the most aggravating. Even if minimal buffering is tolerable at the beginning of a video, it may be highly annoying and time-consuming when the browser is constantly buffering throughout the whole movie.

However, before complaining to your ISP (Internet service provider) about their lack of service, be sure that you are doing everything you can to ensure flawless streaming of your films and movies. Here are eight suggestions for reducing the amount of time that videos buffer.

Use Download Tools To Video Buffering

Bypassing streaming and all of the difficulties that go along with it is made possible by this easy method. If you want to view the movie offline, get a good tool for downloading the videos. However, some sites may make it difficult or impossible to download, so check sure it’s okay to download the video before you go.

Ensure Computer hygiene On Video Buffering

The cloth should be stored aside unless your computer is in need of a thorough spring cleaning. Caching and cookies are two of the things you’ll want to get rid of. B uffering will be reduced and overall video quality will be improved. Check your computer for harmful software by running a fast scan using an anti-virus & anti-malware software. It is common knowledge that malware is capable to free up space in the hard drive’s cache. Hence, you can reduce buffering and play videos efficiently.

Concentrate Video Buffering

Buffering may be occur in the middle of a movie if other applications are receive or transfer data over the Internet.  To fix the problem, close these other applications, as they might still be sending data in the background.

Reduce the size  Video Buffering

It’s common for Video Buffering to have a predetermined buffering period, which is often safe till your Internet connection gets sluggish. Staccato video playing can be reduced in this scenario by decreasing the configured buffering time.

Cease and desist

Hardware acceleration problems may cause difficulties with video playback. Replay the video after disabling your video hardware acceleration. Of course, many users may experience the reverse problem, with video playing stuttering due to hardware acceleration being off. In certain circumstances, hardware acceleration may be able to smooth up the video playback. If nothing of these options work, you may need to do the following tip’s suggested update.

Verify your driver and player software.

Make sure your Flash Player is up to date by visiting  Adobe Flash Player website and following the directions. Make sure Silverlight is up to date if the site makes use of it.

Alternatively, you may need to update the Video Buffering. Visit your computer’s manufacturer’s website and download the most recent version. Installing the driver straight from AMD or nVidia may be an option if you can’t locate it on the manufacturer’s website. If you want to know if your video card has an ATI (AMD) or an nVidia graphics processor, simply search it up.Before you try to watch the movie again, check sure that the  graphics card drivers and video player software are updated.

Improve Video Quality 

This isn’t the ideal solution, but it can come in helpful from time to time, especially if you’re experiencing trouble with your Internet. Your video quality might be reduced and the quantity of data delivered from Internet to the PC can be decreased. Your computer may buffer video data more quickly by transmitting less data, leading in less stuttering.

Check Your Internet connection

The problem may be with your Internet connection, after you’ve checked everything else. If you have access to two computers, you can check to see if the problem persists even when the connection appears to be working well. Of course, a computer or other equipment can also be used for testing.Perform an online speed test to determine if your connection is actually running at the claimed speed offered by your Internet service provider (ISP).

Streaming services may be subject to bandwidth restrictions imposed by ISPs. Your ISP may be limiting the speed at which you may stream movies if you don’t notice any issues after doing a speed test. You may want to switch to a new Internet service provider if that’s the case.