Using the last version of Lightroom Classic CC 7.5 but this was true also with some previous versions on Windows 10, GTX 1080 Ti.
When using Lightroom, YouTube (usually using Chrome, will try with Firefox when I have the occasion) stream freezes and can only be resumed by reloading the page (losing the progression time).
Frequency: currrently I need to reload the videos after watching like 30 to 60 seconds.
When not using Lightroom, YouTube does not crash, so there must be something going on when having both running on the same computer.
Someone will probably say that disabling GPU acceleration is the solution to all problems in the world, but that not the kind of solution I'm hoping for.
Any idea, clue, advice?
I can notice that the video streams usually has a micro pause (lie a "small scratch") at some moments Lightroom has to (re)render some photos, changing photo or modifying some effects.
When using Firefox, the same "small scratch" is noticeable, however the video doesn't hang irreversibly as it happens with Chrome.
Anyway, I would like to know how to avoid this unwanted interaction between application at all.
After some more usage of Lightroom along with Firefox. YouTube streaming can also crash in Firefox when using Lightroom, just compared to Chrome, it recover the stream many more times.
After a few days of testing Firefox as a solution, YouTube stream is also crashing like every minutes when used along with Lightroom.