Ottie

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  1. From 12/28/17 to 1/6/18 TCM streaming has been working. But, there are problems again. I've now tried 4 films, all of which stutter. Audio continues while video stops. My browser and flash are up to date. The moderator has indicated TCM is aware of the problem; hopefully, this condition will not last long.
  2. Video and audio out of sync

    From 12/28/17 to 1/6/18 TCM streaming has been working. But, there are problems again. I've now tried 4 films, all of which stutter. Audio continues while video stops. My browser and flash are up to date. The moderator has indicated TCM is aware of the problem; hopefully, this condition will not last long.
  3. From 12/28/17 to 1/6/18 TCM streaming has been working. But, there are problems again. I've now tried 4 films, all of which stutter. Audio continues while video stops. My browser and flash are up to date. The moderator has indicated TCM is aware of the problem; hopefully, this condition will not last long.
  4. Movies not playing

    From 12/28/17 to 1/6/18 TCM streaming has been working. But, there are problems again. I've now tried 4 films, all of which stutter. Audio continues while video stops. My browser and flash are up to date. The moderator has indicated TCM is aware of the problem; hopefully, this condition will not last long.
  5. From 12/28/17 to 1/6/18 TCM streaming has been working. But, there are problems again. I've now tried 4 films, all of which stutter. Audio continues while video stops. My browser and flash are up to date. The moderator has indicated TCM is aware of the problem; hopefully, this condition will not last long.
  6. Watch TCM

    From 12/28/17 to 1/6/18 TCM streaming has been working. But, there are problems again. I've now tried 4 films, all of which stutter. Audio continues while video stops. My browser and flash are up to date. The moderator has indicated TCM is aware of the problem; hopefully, this condition will not last long.
  7. tcm "on demand" streaming problem

    Seems to be working now. fingers crossed. Thanks
  8. Watch TCM

    It seems to be working for me....so far. Thanks
  9. Hi: Just tried 2 movies that I haven't been able to play and seems to be working. Looking forward to watching the films later tonight. Thanks.
  10. INABILITY TO WATCH ONLINE

    Hi: I just tried and 2 movies seem to work. I'll be looking forward to some TCM movie-watching tonight. Thank you!
  11. Movies not playing

    I just tried 2 movies I've wanted to watch and it's worked so far. Thank you very much!
  12. Movies not playing

    12/27/17 ~2:31 pm CST I am a new subscriber and am very DISAPPOINTED. Initially, using an ethernet-connected PC, digital projector, and a Comcast subscription I've been happily streaming (not "live watching") classic films on TCM. I've not been able to stream for the past couple of days. My problems started probably around 12/22/17 when I tried repeatedly to watch "Mutiny on the Bounty." As a result of reading several forum threads discussing how many people are having this problem, I've come to the conclusion that this is not isolated viewers' problems but rather a problem on TCM's end. Posters to various forums have mentioned that this has been ongoing since October 9, when even a moderator acknowledged a problem. People mention all sorts of variables from the client they use (PC, tablet, phone, etc.) their browsers (Firefox, Chrome, IE, etc.) their provider (Comcast, COX, etc.) internet connection (ethernet, wi-fi) speed, flash version. I finally did an experiment. I downloaded the TCM app to my LG G4 on which I am able to watch all the films I was unsuccessful at watching using my PC: A Christmas Carol 42nd Street One Foot The Big Cube The Cat and the Fiddle Scrooge Even their TCM video of how to stream doesn't work I've called and left a message at TCM @ 1-404-885-5535 #1. I plan to repost this on every forum discussing streaming problems. Could it be that TCM has focused its attention on phone and tablet Apps and not kept up with PC Browser/flash player issues? I want to use my ethernet connected PC and projector; I don't want to watch on my wi-fi phone or connect my phone to the projector. TCM recently started "Filmstruck," another streaming service w/ Criterion - are they channeling too many energies in that direction? I love old movies and TCM is about the only place I know of (except YouTube) to find them any more. I started subscribing b/c I want to support TCM's effort to keep classic film alive, but if TCM doesn't soon acknowledge and attend to this problem, I'll start looking @ YouTube and stop giving TCM my $$ TCM's apparent lack of interest in this issue is absolutely unacceptable.
  13. Watch TCM

    12/27/17 ~2:31 pm CST I am a new subscriber and am very DISAPPOINTED. Initially, using an ethernet-connected PC, digital projector, and a Comcast subscription I've been happily streaming (not "live watching") classic films on TCM. I've not been able to stream for the past couple of days. My problems started probably around 12/22/17 when I tried repeatedly to watch "Mutiny on the Bounty." As a result of reading several forum threads discussing how many people are having this problem, I've come to the conclusion that this is not isolated viewers' problems but rather a problem on TCM's end. Posters to various forums have mentioned that this has been ongoing since October 9, when even a moderator acknowledged a problem. People mention all sorts of variables from the client they use (PC, tablet, phone, etc.) their browsers (Firefox, Chrome, IE, etc.) their provider (Comcast, COX, etc.) internet connection (ethernet, wi-fi) speed, flash version. I finally did an experiment. I downloaded the TCM app to my LG G4 on which I am able to watch all the films I was unsuccessful at watching using my PC: A Christmas Carol 42nd Street One Foot The Big Cube The Cat and the Fiddle Scrooge Even their TCM video of how to stream doesn't work I've called and left a message at TCM @ 1-404-885-5535 #1. I plan to repost this on every forum discussing streaming problems. Could it be that TCM has focused its attention on phone and tablet Apps and not kept up with PC Browser/flash player issues? I want to use my ethernet connected PC and projector; I don't want to watch on my wi-fi phone or connect my phone to the project. TCM recently started "Filmstruck," another streaming service w/ Criterion - are they channeling too many energies in that direction? I love old movies and TCM is about the only place I know of (except YouTube) to find them any more. I started subscribing b/c I want to support TCM's effort to keep classic film alive, but if TCM doesn't soon acknowledge and attend to this problem, I'll start looking @ YouTube and stop giving TCM my $$ TCM's apparent lack of interest in this issue is absolutely unacceptable.

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