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When Watching Ustream Live Shows (or Just Chris Pirillo Live Stream) Do You Sometime Get (or notice) a Random Frame From Many Hours Ago. I have been getting it sometime and it is getting a little bit buggish trying to fix that problem in post editing production for Chris recordings.

asked Sep 27 '10 at 23:16

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closed Oct 03 '10 at 09:30

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Eric, please stop closing threads that don't need to be closed. Those who don't use moderation privs properly will not keep them. :)

(Oct 04 '10 at 02:27) Kat ♦♦ Kat's gravatar image

yeah sometimes it does get really bugy and annoying to.

answered Sep 27 '10 at 23:31

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Yes I get the every time I go on to Chris' feed, but it's medial enough for me to ignore it.

answered Sep 28 '10 at 11:35

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Everyone, you all have to remember that Ustream.tv is a FREE service for users to stream something live. When you use a free service, there are bond to be bugs that come along with it. Yes, sometimes there is a simple, millisecond shot of something that was on frame hours ago, it's a bug in which we are trying to fix.

By we, I mean the Ustream team. With me being a Ustream Helper, I'm sent out to help everything with any issue they have and what not. If anyone has any issue with Ustream, please email my Ustream Helpers email: techjohnson@ustream-helpers.com

answered Sep 28 '10 at 14:06

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I know this can happen, it is just hard for the to fix that in Post Production...

(Sep 28 '10 at 18:20) kevin ♦♦ kevin's gravatar image
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