Why does my YouTube video keep flashing green?
Hardware Acceleration is a feature in browsers that tasks GPU with all the graphics and text rendering, hence giving you a better video playing and watching experience. But sometimes it’s also the culprit of this green-screen-on-YouTube issue. So you should disable hardware acceleration to see if it fixes the issue.
Why is my YouTube videos purple and green?
According to experts, green and purple colored videos on Google Chrome means that Google Chrome GPU process was ended for some reason, which is why HTMP/HTML5/CSS videos and other graphics on Google Chrome are displayed with green and purple overlay.
Why do I get a green screen on YouTube?
Green screen in video player. Can you hear the audio of a YouTube video on your computer, but the video player is green? If so, try watching the video in a different browser. If that doesn’t work, here are some more troubleshooting tips. Turn off hardware acceleration.
How big is the Green Line on YouTube?
YouTube video’s all have a green stripe about 1-2 inches wide from top of screen to bottom of screen, both in regular size screen and full screen. There is also a green line where the progress bar appears. This happens also to video’s on news sites, PBS, etc. Any video that uses Flash player is affected.
Why is my video playing Green on my MacBook Pro?
Click on the Apple logo. In the Apple menu, click Software Update. Install the Mac OS update if available – it will include the graphics driver update. If you’re having problems playing the video itself, try these playback troubleshooting steps. Was this helpful? How can we improve it?
What happens if you watch a YouTube video?
Videos you watch may be added to the TV’s watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer. An error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later.