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This definitely is not just limited to computers. This is affecting any and all devices that access Twitch on multiple ISPs.
I have the same issue. I have 2 channels on my router so I switch between them on my phone which seems to help, sometimes for a couple days, sometimes for 5 minutes.
It also seems to only be when I'm connected to wifi, on 4g I never get the buffering issue. My internet is about the same as yours.
I'm using a galaxy s6. If I find a solution I'll edit this comment. Oh and the problem has gotten much worse the last week or so.
The whole thing is frustrating. I wish I could give you more help. It was resolved after around 2 or 3 weeks, probably on Twitch's end.
Up until a couple of months ago I could watch streams in source quite reliably and without too much issues especially in offpeak hours after 11pm EST in Ontario, Canada and during the early evenings most days.
Sometimes I would have to drop to high or medium but during peak hours, but at least I knew that it was likely my problem where my ISP throttled down my connection and it probably affected twitch streams.
But now even during offpeak hours I get constant, random buffering for no apparent reason. I could watch a stream for a minute or two or sometimes minutes or more and then I start getting buffering that forces me down to high and even then I still get buffering.
This also happens on my smartphone where watching in source for any length of time is nearly impossible these days. Watch a stream in source on mobile for a couple of minutes then buffer, buffer, buffer.
Forced to switch to high. I just can't escape it now. Source equals buffering sooner or later without stop now no matter what time of day.
Maybe its the html5 player I don't know but it seems like it all started ever since that interface became permanent, but can't really say if that's the problem.
Whatever it is, it just makes watching twitch a trying experience now because I'm just constantly trying to get the stream to work properly for any length of time instead of enjoying the streams.
Having massive lag issues when ever i get a Server located in Frankfurt , Germany. When i get a Server not located in Frankfurt, like videoXX.
Assuming this thread is even still being monitored: Exact same issue here, across several devices computer, PS4, Android phone.
There is the problem. Telekom is greedy as fuck and doesn't want to peer with other ISPs to make it very short. I can confirm this.
It doesnt matter much though which server it is, for me right now for example a stream on the ams Press F12 while watching, it opens network tab.
Get the link py-index something and look at the link for example:. Can very much confirm this. The problem is as follows:.
Streams play for a few brief seconds, freeze for a few. Often more frozen than playing. Occasionally they stop working entirely until the page is refreshed.
From this one can only conclude that the issue comes from various Twitch servers not allocating sufficient bandwidth or other resources to streams that aren't popular.
This is affecting a really huge amount of people and regardless of that it is disgraceful. What helps is scaling down to high or medium quality.
Is this still an issue for you? I haven't had the issue until just now I live in Aalborg.. It's been like this for over a week and completely unwatchable.
This is ridiculous as it's not the first time and definitely not the last time this has ever happened.
Austria here. ISP A1. Problems with source and high settings, medium worked smoothly for quite a time, but the last days I have to watch on low settings - buffering every 5 secs.
I'm using up to date Chrome and Win Other sites Netflix, Youtube etc. A1 here too. Checked everything and nothing hindering the stream, every other streaming website is fine but twitch is horrible!
I have a reply to a post above stating the exact same thing as well. Tried all the usual, recommended things as well as the more obscure fixes people suggested in the past and nothing worked up until the moment I tried a VPN.
It all started within the past 3 days for me also. Yeah, same boat here aswell from testing. The steps given sadly didnt help with getting the streams to load correctly and it is just a recent issue as others have mentioned since the switch to HTML5.
I can't watch any stream even on low quality, i talk to my internet provider, they said its twitch problem, and i talk to you guys, and i get the same answer "internet provider problem", i don't know what to do, i'm unable to watch any streams in 5 months, buffering every 10 seconds, 6 months ago, i was able to watch 2 or more streams on source, today i can watch only a single stream on mobile : , its buffering every 5 seconds.
Already did all things on this topic, nothing works, i live in Brazil, GVT internet provider Yep I'm in Australia too and having major issues with buffering.
Tried everything, no luck :. I have symmetrical gigabit internet and twitch regularly buffers for me. Looking at the player stats, every once in a while the buffer size slowly falls behind and eventually the stream stops.
Twitch pls :. As soon as i open a VPN to e. FU Berlin i can watch twitch vods again on every quality without any problems Flash is also up to date and so on.
I didn't try the VPN thing, but I can also report that the stream starts buffering every seconds for me. It has been happening on Mexico as well, it started like 2 months ago, streams just start buffering every 30 or 60 seconds.
Has anyone found a solution to this? The only problem I have is when I try to watch unpartnered streams. But the moment I try to watch a friend who is not partnered with only 3 viewers it does nothing but buffer and is unwatchable.
However, every time I enter a new stream partnered, unpartnered, many viewers, few viewers etc. I get the spinning circle of death and chat won't load.
I have to refresh the page times for both video and chat to load correctly. After they load I don't have any problems anymore.
I should maybe add in that loading issues like that should be included in this thread, If i can get some solutions i will let ya know!
I'm noticing this happening. Seems to be a problem with the new HTML5 controls indeed. Could watch in Source perfectly before the implementation, now it lags even on low.
Used Chrome with the latest flash and it buffered like crazy every minute or so. Read somewhere to try using Internet Explorer. I understand it needs testing as it's a new thing and I am sure html5 will be much better then flash later.
But as it is now it's kinda being forced upon everyone with a lot of people having problems. Maybe, if possible, it would be a good idea to allow people to go back to the old controls switch between the two somehow while it's being looked at and fixed.
Twitch live streams are unwatchable for me right now. Its buffering all the time, only a few seconds the stream actually runs. This never happened to me before, im watching twitch for 2 years.
Yesterday i watched it all day without any issues. Non partnered streams are working though. Whats going on??
Then everything is fine, until my buffer size drops to 0 again. Can happen instantly or it might take 30 minutes.
I'm using Chrome, so my Flash Player is always up to date, although other browers are doing just as bad xD. I can watch YouTube fine and other live streaming websites.
I've already restarted my modem pc, cleared my internet browsing history, tried diff devices and browsers, still nothing.
I contacted my ISP, they said it's not them. I ran a ping and tracert test on CMD and determined the problem is on twitch's end.
I really miss watching livestreams at night. I tried every solution that exists on the internet, even tried livestreamer and still constantly lagged on medium.
The only thing which resolved buffering issues in all devices was VPN. What changed recently with Twitch? Peering issue? It made it impossible to watch the weird thing is that one day it was working, and in the future days, it wasn't.
The lag and buffering went on until it reached the point where watching live streams was unbearable. I simply quit trying twitch. Now, a year later, I've been wanting to get back on twitch because of some new games I am playing.
But still that same problem is there. Remember I said it change from one day to another. Also they said that if twitch.
I have just filled up Twitch's buffering information form. Still waiting for some kind of response, I guess.
My download speed is more than enougth. I recently switched ISP's and with the new one Twitch streams seem to never work.
I can't watch any channel without constant buffering every seconds even in Mobile quality. It's not the fastest connection in the world but the same speeds have worked fine for me before.
I would appreciate some help with this. Maybe my ISP is throttling Twitch streams? Every single night since I started using Twitch this has been happening.
After a few hours of use suddenly, out of the blue after no previous issues, it begins to freeze. It's like Australians aren't allowed to use Twitch past dinnertime.
Yup, twich is just dying in europe - few weeks back everything was ok, no buffering at all, but now for about a week i cant watch it, it is buffering for 5 seconds, then playing video for 2 seconds and all over again Twitch horrendous laggs on every browser, except Microsoft Edge?
So I always assumed that the reason for my lagging twitch experience was to be searched on my ISP's side. I tried pretty much every workaround for this in existence.
Today I tried different browsers. Instead of Chrome I tried Firefox, Twitch still proceeded to lag.
I then for some reason started Microsoft Edge on my Windows 10 machine for the first time I got the upgrade, went to twitch. I doubt Edge has some inert magic that just makes the lags dissapear and I assume Chrome and Firefox are just broken by something that causes those lags.
Does anyone have any idea what might be causing it? I don't think it's an addon since I tried it with a fresh install of firefox and it still lagged.
So after all the help from forums and not twitch support because that email system seems to never work for me they never respond i called my isp to talk about the "route" issue that the F.
Q's said to check and my isp told me that it has been a known problem that everyone from outside of the US were having issues viewing streams getting the constant buffering on all streams and video settings so i was told to use a vpn to view the streams and well i can watch them in source again without the buffer.
Using the VPN however bans you temporarily for reason stated by twitch and i also cant load other pages so if i was on a page while it was buffering then turned on the vpn it would work and i would have to stay on that page or i would be left to repeat the process for each stream.
I sent an email response to twitch from the automated email i received informing them of what my isp told me to see if what they are saying is true and hoping to get a response maybe showing ways to resolve the issue.
I am here to ask a favor, if there are any reddit users from outside the US that use twitch and is reading this can you give me your experiences as i am curious.
If a twitch support staff was to see this can you touch on the topic if possible. One more thing, i checked with friends throughout the country on different isps as well and they still get the same issue.
Flash version is up to date thanks to chrome Same in incogneto mode Every stream buffers Anti-virus i don't think is the problem.
Having a lot of issues this weekend. Flash is up to date, still buffers on incognito, all streams buffer, even without anti-virus software.
In my experience, it's been coming in waves starting Saturday evening about 8pm CST. Streams began to buffer at source and high quality, but medium and lower seemed to be more reliable although they buffered ocassionally.
But the problem did NOT persist on mobile; got a clear stream at source consistently, even while the PC version buffered. They were both on the same wifi, so that wasn't the issue either.
Finally, I should mention that this was only in the evening. Earlier in the day 12pm-6pm, streams worked fine. Maybe just concurrent users?
Either way, any input would be nice. Home connection lags even on mobile quality I am having problems since the player changed on me a few days ago.
I use Firefox mainly, but the problem occurs in Chrome, IE etc. VOD isn't buffering but lagging. Tried many different things - my flash is up to date, tried clearing cookies and cache.
Uninstalling flash and reinstalling it etc but to no avail. I feel u. Have you tried multitwitch.
Those still uses the old player. I have no idea why it's so but for me, the new player works only on opera. You should try that out too.
Hope that helps. Has this persisted? I am in the same boat and it happened around the exact same time. I can watch streams fine but I myself cannot stream.
I have 60Mbps Down and 7Mbps up and everything goes to crap on xbox. Xbox support seems to think its a problem with Twitch. Happening for me for a week now.
Some streams like the League of Legends Worlds stream will be fine but almost everything else will have to buffer every 2 seconds.
Also when transcode options kick in not partnered yet the entire stream freezes for everyone. I've seen that happen on other streams I watch as well.
For all the trouble Flash had, at least it handled Transcode upgrading. Can't watch anything but in mobile quality and with lags.
It's been a month already. I've tried everything, I even asked for a new fucking router. Yes, before you link me again hot-fixes and stuff, I tried them, and no, it's not working at all.
My company is Jazztel. They don't see any problem on their part either. I called them 14 times, so they must have checked.
I'm not watching Twitch until it's fixed. I already posted all this shit 3 times, still no answers. I just found this thread as I thought I was going crazy.
Tried everything, but to no avail. I'm not entirely sure what to do. I can't watch anything. I've tried the fixes above and I still can't watch any stream live or even in VOD.
My only chance is that the stream works on low quality or worse. Anything higher than that it buffers every seconds.
Speedtest says I have MB down. If the internet connection is slower than expected then doing a few tweaks would greatly help.
Alternatively, if you already use a VPN, this might be the issue behind Twitch streams not loading. In such a case, you might disable your current VPN and see if anything changes for you.
Probably the easiest step to take in finding a solution for Twitch lagging is to try using a different browser. Updating it is also a solution to the problem but if you are too lazy to do that then probably switching over to different browser e.
Firefox, Opera is the best thing for you. This mostly happens if you are using Chrome as your sole browser. Chrome is notorious for taking up a lot of memory and thus leaving little to nothing for your stream.
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Switching over to the other browsers is probably the easiest solution. And if you have a good internet connection and still you are facing problems then doing a few tweaks would greatly help.
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