I have been using the beta 11.2 and now the release of 11.2 and from the start I get a pop sound when I move the play bar ahead or back amd I loose my buffer.
Say I'm watching a video and I am 1/4 into the video and my buffer shows 3/4, if I advance the video to say 1/2 way, I hear a high pitch tone and a POP and then the buffer starts over from that point.
I never had this issue with 11.1 and it does this in all the beat 11.2's I tried.
I was hoping it would be fixed but it is not.
Anyone else notice this?
I am using windows 7 with IE8 32 bit.
I made a short video of the issue and I notice it won't do it on 240P but does on 360 and 480P
OK I just tried 720P and 1080P and I don't notice the pop.
I wouldn't mind so much but most videos are 360P or 480P so I have to deal with the poping most times.
I wasn't able to reproduce this with YouTube and some random MSN videos on IE9. Do you have any links that I can try out? In the meantime, would you mind opening up a new bug at bugbase.adobe.com and include a copy of your dxdiag report and a specific link and we'll investigate further? Please post back with the URL so that others affected can add their votes and comments.
Edit: Thanks for posting the video. It's not available yet, but I'll try back again tomorrow morning.
I just registered to confirm this, this morning (+3 GMT EU) adobe said update is available, i installed it, then started to notice poping sound with ANY youtube videos in 480p and 360p if I'm trying to skip ahead the load bar, and as others said, playing in 720p or 240p does not make a poping sound. I'm rolling back to previous 220.127.116.11 version, why would Adobe release a crappy version with problems is beyond me.
Edit : Yep, it's completely fine with older version, anyone want to grab it, here : http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions. html#main_Archived_versions, scroll down a bit.
Could you create a new bug report over at bugbase.adobe.com and please include your OS version, browser version, sample URL and a copy of your dxdiag report? Also indicate in the bug report that this does not occur with 18.104.22.168. When done, please post back with the bug number and/or URL. I'll start investigating this internally.
I'd like to recommend that everyone take a minute and vote for the following bug:
I was "little" annoyed too. I mean this popping audio while seeking is just unacceptable. There is an easy solution. Start using HTML5 on Youtube. It may be a beta but it works way better than Adobe Flash.
To start watching youtube videos in HTML5 video and not flash, please go here.(If you want you can always leave the HTML5 beta the same way you entered) http://www.youtube.com/html5
No Flash, No popping.
OS Windows 7 x64, Firefox 11 & Chrome 18
11.3 appears to have resolved it: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11-3.html
But it should have been fixed in 11.2
Mankey82 I hope that you are not recommending people to use a Adobe Flash 11.3 beta 1. The previous version 11.2 was supposed to be "stable" with five Betas, 1 Release candidate and 1 one security fix.