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Hello!

I use the Chromium browser under Raspbian on an Raspberry Pi 3 environment. I have problems with the graphical performance and don’t know why. The graphic effects of JavaScript do not flow smoothly: in case of films, the individual image sequences become visible slowly and partly with a jerky movement.

My test-website is About IVM.

Is there anybody out there who has information about the optimization of the Chromium browser, or the raspberry-cpu/gpu?

Thank you in advance!
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Question by:Ahmet Ekrem SABAN
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look like a buffer issue. not sure if its about your GPU or network.
so first could you try to play a video from a flash disk (USB) and not over the network?
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by:Ahmet Ekrem SABAN
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Thank you for your comment! We expanded the graphic memory from 256 MB to 320 MB, which seemed to be the reason. I say seemed, as we also made some other changes that may or may not have an effect on the issue.
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